File:Entry to motorway sign - Coppermine - 4720.JPG

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Description:Entry to motorway sign

Photo taken at J2a on the M4. I'm not sure but I think the (N5-N6) should be patched in green according to the irish traffic signs manual, as this sign is not on a motorway mainline. The HGV route is there because HGVs are prohibited from passing through the towns of Leixlip and Maynooth and must access the motorway to bypass these towns. This entire junction was primarily built to allow direct motorway access to the large plants belonging to Hewlett Packard and Intel which are very close by.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 06, 2006 by murphaph
Location:53.3594801, -6.5333831
Road:M4 (Republic of Ireland)
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Photographer:Murphaph
Source:Coppermine

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current14:34, 3 June 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:34, 3 June 20102,048 × 1,536 (605 KB)Bob@romiley1 (talk | contribs)'''Entry to motorway sign''' Photo taken at J2a on the M4. I'm not sure but I think the (N5-N6) should be patched in green according to the irish traffic signs manual, as this sign is not on a motorway mainline. The HGV route is there because HGVs are pr

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