Dodgy chopsticks sign @ M2 j12Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 15, 2010 by A42_Sparks
The A26 at Ballymuckvea The A26 Antrim to Ballymena dual-carriageway (Lisnevenagh Road) in the townland of Ballymuckvea - at the junction with the Island Road.
Sign at Ballymuckvea On the A26 dual-carriageway (Lisnevenagh Road) at Ballymuckvea Townland (also Ballymacvea).
The Ballee roundabout, Ballymena The Ballee roundabout is at the end of the dual carriageway from Antrim/Belfast. The road to Coleraine is on the left. The road to Belfast is marked by the trees at middle right.
The Antrim-Ballymena road The road between Antrim and Ballymena forms part of the Belfast-Coleraine road. After many years of neglect it was dualled, piecemeal, between 1989 and 2001. It is an all-purpose road with right and �U� turns allowed. This is the view towards Ballymena.
New dual carriageway, Ballymena (13) See <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1598707'>D1201 : New dual carriageway, Ballymena (12)</a>. Strengthening work on the southern side of the flyover on the northern side of the Larne Road roundabout (looking towards the Larne direction). The new road will occupy the lower right part of the site. Continue to <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1598751'>D1201 : New dual carriageway, Ballymena (14)</a>.
2+1 at Ballynaloob The Belfast-Coleraine road includes motorway, dual carriageway, relatively modern single carriageway and other . . . This bit of �other� was recently rebuilt as a �2+1� climbing lane. The road here at Ballynaloob was infamous for delays caused by caravans and agricultural machinery on the climb from the Ballycastle Fork. This is the view to Coleraine.
Glarryford Cross - the end of the world?
After a long stretch of motorway and dual carriageway, on the road from Belfast to Coleraine and Ballycastle, Glarryford Cross, is where the end of the world begins. There follows 4.2 miles of road which does not really merit the description �A�. There are plans to dual the road � but not in the immediate future . . . .
Antrim area from 1995 Michelin Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland
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Road at Aghadavy The busy A26 which links the M1 to the Belfast International Airport.