Approaching the junction with the N28, which almost immediately joins the N40 Cork South Ring Road
At the northbound entry slip from the R610 to the N28, which then almost immediately joins the N40.
This fingerpost sign can be round in Douglas.
Approaching the roundabout of the R609 and R610 in Douglas, Cork.
Mahon Point Road facing the junction with Skehard Road. The R852 turns left at the traffic lights and continues through Blackrock and on to Cork city centre. Just off to the right is the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Mahon Point Road heading towards City Gate, the Mahon Point Shopping Centre and ultimately the N40 Cork South Ring Road.
St Patrick's Quay, Cork Heading east
St. Patrick's Bridge and St. Patrick's Hill, Cork
R847 North Main Street spur Looking towards Castle Street.
Bus stop on R849 Bishopstown Road
Shops on Bishopstown Road
Carrigaline Road, Cork
Bachelors Quay in Cork City. Part of the Cork inner ring road system. There is a sign on the left hand side for this in its usual style which indicates junction 21. The bridge ahead is called Griffith Bridge, and if you cross that you head onto Shandon Street. Across the river on the left hand side is the R846 North Mall.
Cork inner ring road sign for junction 19. The blue background means that you are currently on the inner orbital route.
Cork inner ring road junction 20 sign. Notice that the sign has a white background. This means that you are approaching a junction on the Inner Orbital Route, but are not currently on it
Cork's North Mall.
Sign for Cork Inner Ring Road on Griffith Bridge, looking like it needs a bit of a clean!