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A29 (Northern Ireland)
Coleraine ring road - Geograph - 190450.jpg
Coleraine ring road
The Coleraine ring road takes most through traffic away from the town centre. The section from the Lodge Road to the Strand Road crosses the River Bann by a box-girder bridge called the Sandelford Bridge. This is the view across the bridge to the Strand Road.
Road at Craiglea - Geograph - 529709.jpg
Road at Craiglea
Heading south
Road at Ballyclaber - Geograph - 529063.jpg
Road at Ballyclaber
It is located to the east of Coleraine
The Sandelford Bridge, Coleraine - Geograph - 728977.jpg
The Sandelford Bridge, Coleraine
See <a href=''>C8431 : Coleraine ring road</a>. The Sandelford Bridge carries the ring road across the Bann. It was the vantage point for <a href=''>C8431 : The River Bann, Coleraine</a>. The river is flowing from right to left.
Darkley Road at Corkley - Geograph - 1766461.jpg
Darkley Road at Corkley
Flyover, Coleraine - Geograph - 2898085.jpg
Flyover, Coleraine
Workmen laying a new road 1909 - Flickr - 6197424145.jpg
Creator: H. Allison & Co. Photographers

Date: 1909

Original Format: Glass Plate Negative

Description: Workmen laying a new road, with onlookers.

PRONI Ref: D2886/W/Portrait/36

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Junction on the A29 close to.Silverbridge - Geograph - 547754.jpg
Junction on the A29 at Fords Cross, Silverbridge on the Newtownhamilton to Dundalk Road. On the right is the road to Crossmaglen (B30) and on the left is the road to Newry (B30). (C) Terry Stewart
A29-A6 Link.jpg
The A29, as seen from the A6. The two routes are connected by a short link road.
The Coleraine ring road (1980) - Geograph - 3789647.jpg
The Coleraine ring road (1980) Looking towards the Lodge Road roundabout (far distance) on a quiet Sunday morning. The widely-separated carriageways always looked a bit unusual. They might have been intended to accommodate a future flyover – something now suggested in the Northern Area Plan 2016 Coleraine Borough: Coleraine Transportation: “Lodge Road Roundabout, located where the A26 and A29 converge at the key junction on the network. The junction is anticipated to see a significant increase in the already high flows and, should this occur, will require a significant intervention towards the end of the Plan period to maintain efficient operation. Analysis has shown that grade separation of the traffic moving through the junction on the A29 axis would provide significant benefits in terms of improving capacity and maintaining turning provision”.

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