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N11 Southbound entering Camolin - Coppermine - 5539.JPG
N11 Southbound entering Camolin

Co. Wexford. Note standard irish start of urban area signage with village name, 50 speed limt and traffic calming. The colour of the village/town nameplate should reflect the road status, in this case a primary route so it's green. Note the contractor has marked the village streets incorrectly and it looks british with that continuous white line at the edges of the carriageway!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 17, 2006 by murphaph
New Junction 1 of the M50 Motorway at the start of the Port Tunnel - Coppermine - 11189.JPG
New Junction 1 of the M50 Motorway at the start of the Port Tunnel Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 12, 2007 by michaelsa
New VMS on the M1 roadworks - Coppermine - 2523.JPG
New VMS on the M1 roadworks

One of the fancy new VMSs at the Drinham interchange roadworks. Although this section of motorway has only been open for two years, the powers that be have decided to add another interchange.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 19, 2005 by csd
N10 split - Coppermine - 10322.jpg
Approaching the N9/N10 split

Heading southbound, we approach the TOTSO for the N9/N10 split at Paulstown. Trucks for Waterford are directed via Kilkenny and the N10, presumably to avoid the narrow streets of Thomastown, which lies further south on the N9. Since February 2012 the roads concerned have been reclassified as the R448 (pictured here, about to TOTSO left) and the R712.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on 19 February 2007 by csd
N7 parallel access road for local traffic - Coppermine - 7735.JPG
N7 parallel access road for local traffic

Ok, so not strictly speaking a national route, but the village name sign gives the false impression that it is! View taken facing south with N7 running parallel over that wooden fence. These new local link roads provide loveley quiet stress free links between the villages and towns along the N7 where previously the main road was the link!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 16, 2006 by murphaph
New road and bus stops in West Dublin - Coppermine - 16083.JPG
New road and bus stops in West Dublin

Still finishing some bits off but the road is open. Very quiet though.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2007 by murphaph
R683 entering Passage East. Waterford Harbour in background - Coppermine - 5594.JPG
R683 entering Passage East. Waterford Harbour in background

The towns of Passage East and Ballyhack (as well as Co Waterford and Co Wexford) are connected across Waterford Harbour by a small car ferry as the drive around would take well over an hour, much more with traffic in Waterford City!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2006 by murphaph
Swarco Motus AluStar traffic lights, East Wall Dublin - Coppermine - 16591.jpg
Swarco Motus AluStar traffic lights, East Wall Dublin

The East Wall Road, in Dublin's Docklands, is currently a jungle of AluStars everywhere on double-decker poles and mast-arms!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 23, 2008 by DorsetWay
Traffic lights in Lucan but in Fingal - Coppermine - 16111.JPG
Traffic lights in Lucan but in Fingal

These are equipped (unusually) with puffin detectors. Don't know if they work because they also have push buttons on some of the poles. Weird and messy installation. Possibly a test site?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2007 by murphaph
N4 widening project - Coppermine - 16105.JPG
N4 widening project

as well as widening the N4 to D3H at this location it will grade separate this junction (R120) by trenching the N4 (like the westlink at Grosvenor Road) and constructing an overbridge for the R120 which should stay roughly at the same level. Site clearance just started. All these mellors will be no more.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2007 by murphaph
Novel traffic calming device! - Coppermine - 10839.JPG
Novel traffic calming device! Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 24, 2007 by murphaph
R109 westbound approaching Fingal, leaving Dublin City - Coppermine - 9121.jpg
R109 westbound approaching Fingal, leaving Dublin City Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 12, 2006 by murphaph
Unclassified Road Near Faithlegg Co Waterford - Coppermine - 5619.JPG
Unclassified Road Near Faithlegg Co Waterford

Some nice beaches near here.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2006 by murphaph
20160421 1930 - Start of R175 at Greenore 54.0334931N 6.1316957W.jpg
Start of the R175 at Greenore - Speed limits in km/h!
Speed limit signs, Inch Island - Geograph - 3951642.jpg
50 km/h speed limit signs on Inch Island, Co. Donegal
Allen, County Kildare - Geograph - 1882961.jpg
Allen, County Kildare Approaching from the south on the R415. In the two years since the earlier photo of this spot the patched-up damaged signs remain unchanged.
Welcome to Ardfinnan - Geograph - 4032558.jpg
Welcome to Ardfinnan A beautiful floral display welcomes the traveller to the village of Ardfinnan
Entering Greystones - Geograph - 1589135.jpg
Entering Greystones Passing into the urban 50km/h limit on the Mill Road.
Brookwood Avenue and Howth Road - Geograph - 458573.jpg
R808 Brookwood Avenue at the junction of Howth Road
Carrigaline Road - Geograph - 757678.jpg
Carrigaline Road, Cork

 

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