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Description:Underpass at Loughbrickland, Belfast-Dublin road When the Loughbrickland bypass opened in the 70’s an underpass was thoughtfully provided to allow cattle to be moved to the milking parlour without having to cross the dual carriageway. Unfortunately the junction with the main road, for traffic leaving Loughbrickland southwards, proved to be the scene of many accidents. As a temporary measure, pending the building of a grade-separated junction, the underpass has been converted for use by vehicles. This is the view towards Loughbrickland. My apologies but I don’t know how the cattle now get to the milking!!
Location:54.310319, -6.303001
Road:A1 (Northern Ireland)
Date:20 10 2006
Photographer:(c) Copyright Albert Bridge and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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