File:The M1-M12 near Portadown - Geograph - 350735.jpg

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Description:The M1-M12 near Portadown
This section of the M1, between Lurgan and Ballynacor, near Portadown, opened in 1967. The M12 opened in part in 1970. It was intended to bypass Portadown for traffic heading to Newry and Armagh. In the event that road was built as a limited-access single carriageway <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1597583'>J0053 : The Northway, Portadown (1)</a>. This is the view towards Dungannon at the junction with the M12. The bridge carries the Aghacommon Embankment across the motorway.
Location:54.4676932, -6.4015961
Road:M1 (Northern Ireland), M12 (Northern Ireland) , T4 (Northern Ireland)
Date:01 03 2007
Photographer:� Copyright Albert Bridge and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | M1 (Northern Ireland) | M12 (Northern Ireland) | T4 (Northern Ireland) | Ballynacor Interchange | Advance Direction Sign | Craigavon | T5 (Northern Ireland)

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current14:21, 2 August 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:21, 2 August 2010640 × 426 (123 KB)Si404 (talk | contribs)'''The M1-M12 near Portadown'''<br/>This section of the M1, between Lurgan and Ballynacor, near Portadown, opened in 1967. The M12 opened in part in 1970. It was intended to bypass Portadown for traffic heading to Newry and Armagh. In the event that ro

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