Douglas Road - the R610 - in the southeast of Cork city
Rochestown Road, Douglas, Cork
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.
Old Cork city sign at city border
This fingerpost sign can be round in Douglas.
Approaching the roundabout of the R609 and R610 in Douglas, Cork.
The R610, known as Beach road at this point where it passes through Passage West.
This is the South Mall in Cork city. It is a wide tree-lined avenue that forms part of the large one-way system at the north end of the R610. This is a very popular road for bus routes in the city.
Cork inner ring road, junction 5 sign on the R610 Anglesea Street.
The Glenbrook to Ballynoe Ferry
Parliament Bridge in Cork city centre. This side of the bridge also marks junction 9 on the inner orbital route.
The start of a typical Irish Bus Lane (Lána Bus) in Irish. All bus lanes are marked and signed like this. Notice how the sign is very similar to what you would see in the UK, except for the design of the bus itself.
Junction 25 opposite Parnell Place bus station, with traffic coming from the R610.
The R610 on the outskirts of Cork city centre
South Terrace in Cork city
South Mall bus lane in Cork city
Advanced direction sign in Cork. The sign appears to be in an older style
The R610 in Cork city
Cork City by Parnell Place bus station
Cork city near the bus station and near the end of the N8
A lifting bridge doubles-up as modern-day road signage.