Gallery:Antrim

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The M2 at Rathbeg near Antrim (2) - Geograph - 1643567.jpg
The M2 at Rathbeg near Antrim (2)
M2 northbound Crosskennan Road overbridge between M2 J7 & M22 J1 - Coppermine - 23130.jpg
M2 northbound Crosskennan Road overbridge between M2 J6 & J7 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 14, 2009 by loch_cuan73
M22 J1 southbound with M2 starting just west of nearest overbridge - Coppermine - 23128.jpg
M22 J1 southbound with M2 starting just west of nearest overbridge Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 14, 2009 by loch_cuan73
New M22 chopsticks sign - Coppermine - 22656.jpg
New M22 chopsticks sign

Pic taken travelling westbound between j7 (M2) and j1 (M22).

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 14, 2009 by A42_Sparks
WHERE THE M22 DROPS A "2" - Coppermine - 10159.jpg
WHERE THE M22 DROPS A '2'

The M2 should have continued north from Dunsilly with the M22 as a branch heading west. That section of the M2 was never built (although an all-purpose dual carriageway was - eventually). The M22 is in the foreground and becomes the M2 at the end of the on-slip on the left. The wide central reservation was to allow the two motorways to merge. View to Belfast on 25 September 2006.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 05, 2007 by Wee Hughie
Dunsilly roundabout, Antrim (13) - Geograph - 2252803.jpg
Dunsilly roundabout, Antrim (13)
Milepost near Antrim - Geograph - 2417380.jpg
Milepost near Antrim
Dublin Road, Antrim - Geograph - 3452184.jpg
Dublin Road, Antrim. Formerly A26
The Belmont Road, Antrim - Geograph - 615064.jpg
The Belmont Road, Antrim
The Greystone Road, Antrim - Geograph - 596281.jpg
The Greystone Road, Antrim
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Antrim area from 1995 Michelin Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland

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Cycle path sign, Antrim (C) Albert Bridge - Geograph - 802711.jpg
Cycle path sign, Antrim (C) Albert Bridge <
Railway Street, Antrim - Geograph - 2082753.jpg
Railway Street, Antrim Railway Street ran from High Street (hidden, background) to the Station Road. They were severed by the building of the Castle Way through-pass road (foreground). There is still pedestrian access, between the two, by means of a subway (below me).

 

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