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A12 Westlink 2007.JPG
This is the A12 Westlink in July 2007.
Gantry Sign on the Northern Irish A12.JPG
A broken Gantry sign at York Street on the Northern Irish A12
A typical UK flag sign found on the A12 (NI).JPG
A typical flag sign at the York Street junction on the A12 (NI)
The Westlink, Belfast (14) - Geograph - 1731356.jpg
The Westlink, Belfast (14)
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A4 dualling roadworks
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A4 dualling roadworks - overbridge
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A4 dualling roadworks - just after 'M1 Service Station' heading west
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A4 dualling roadworks
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A4 dualling roadworks
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A4 dualling roadworks - overbridge
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A4 dualling roadworks - overbridge closeup
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A4 dualling roadworks
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A4 dualling roadworks - temporary road & culvert structure
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A4 dualling roadworks - underpass
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast - Coppermine - 19629.jpg
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast

Broadway underpass on the A12 Westlink filled with dirty river water to a depth of about 15 feet at 1pm on Sunday 17 August 2008. You can see the high water mark from the previous evening. A nearby river overwhelmed its culvert and filled the underpass around tea time on Saturday. There's going to be a lot of silt and other debris to remove from the underpass, including (by rumour) abandoned vehicles.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 17, 2008 by nirs
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast - Coppermine - 19628.jpg
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast

Broadway underpass on the A12 Westlink filled with water to a depth of about 15 feet at 1pm on Sunday 17 August 2008. Engineers have been pumping the water out for about ten hours at this point, and are cleaning the tarmac ahead. The police removed the central reservation as an emergency measure to get vehicles away, and this is also being repaired. A nearby river overwhelmed its culvert and filled the underpass around tea time on Saturday.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 17, 2008 by nirs
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast - Coppermine - 19627.jpg
Flooded Broadway underpass, Belfast

Broadway underpass on the A12 Westlink filled with water to a depth of about 15 feet at 1pm on Sunday 17 August 2008. You can see the high water mark from the previous evening ABOVE the roof level of the underpass. A nearby river overwhelmed its culvert and filled the underpass around tea time on Saturday. There's rumoured to be a number of abandoned vehicles still down there.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 17, 2008 by nirs
New signage on Westlink - Coppermine - 18991.jpg
New signage on Westlink

New signage on the southbound Westlink approaching Broadway reflecting the freeflow nature of the road. Non-motorway traffic is instructed to leave at Broadway, while the M1 chopsticks sign points the way ahead!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 07, 2008 by nirs
Signage on Westlink approaching Broadway roadworks - Coppermine - 18990.jpg
Signage on Westlink approaching Broadway roadworks

Twin signs, one telling relieved motorists that the new Broadway underpass ahead is now open, but another warning that the 30-40mph speed limit still very much applies.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 07, 2008 by nirs
Dodgy gantry on upgraded A12 Westlink - Coppermine - 17196.jpg
Dodgy gantry on upgraded A12 Westlink

This gantry sign was erected northbound on the Westlink between Roden Street and Grosvenor Road in early 2008. However it is erroneous in that the M2 and M3 labels should be written on a blue patch rather than the green background.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 09, 2008 by nirs
Westlink between Grosvenor Road and Roden Street - Coppermine - 13785.jpg
Westlink between Grosvenor Road and Roden Street

Heading south from Grosvenor Road, the point where M1-bound traffic moves across to the future northbound carriageway. The road is really starting to take shape.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 08, 2007 by nirs
Westlink at Roden Street - Coppermine - 13783.jpg
Westlink at Roden Street

This space age structure is the new footbridge at Roden Street, here seen M1-bound. The designers have put a lot of effort into the look of the new road, which is great. However this is the spot where the most 'bricking' of vehicles happens, so the bridge is fully enclosed, like its predecessor.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 08, 2007 by nirs
The Westlink, Belfast (3) - Geograph - 1576504.jpg
The Westlink, Belfast (3)
See <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1450533'>J3374 : The Westlink, Belfast</a>. The view towards the M2, from the flyover at Divis Street. Continue to <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1582779'>J3374 : The Westlink, Belfast (4)</a>.
A4 near Moygashel - Geograph - 1415819.jpg
A4 near Moygashel
The A4 passing Moygashel. This section is currently ongoing improvements - resulting in a contraflow operation as can be seen in the image.
The A4 crosses Multybrannon Road - Geograph - 205116.jpg
The A4 crosses Multybrannon Road
Going left, the A4 becomes the M1 heading for Belfast about 40 miles away.
A4, Woodlough Road - Geograph - 1289551.jpg
A4, Woodlough Road
Looking east at the junction with the Killyliss Road at Cormullagh
The junction of Eglish Road and the A4 - Geograph - 1503380.jpg
The junction of Eglish Road and the A4
Much improvement work is going on at the junction.
Heading for Dublin, Belfast and Dungannon - Geograph - 521832.jpg
Heading for Dublin, Belfast and Dungannon
Pictured at the Omagh through-pass and you can take a left turn to go into the town along the Crevenagh Road.
A5, Doogary, Omagh - Geograph - 436029.jpg
A5, Doogary, Omagh
The on-coming traffic is coming from Belfast at a fast rate.
A5, Doogary - Geograph - 436028.jpg
A5, Doogary
Pictured at the junction with Doogary Avenue and heading for Belfast
Through-pass, Omagh - Geograph - 754209.jpg
Through-pass, Omagh
Heading SSE via Doogary towards Belfast / Dublin
A5, Doogary Road, Omagh - Geograph - 1637546.jpg
A5, Doogary Road, Omagh
Both the through pass and the old Doogary Road have the same name
A5 at Tattykeel - Geograph - 436032.jpg
A5 at Tattykeel
A new National Cycling Network sign has been erected on the right. The main road leads to Omagh
A5 near Crevenagh, Omagh - Geograph - 1256301.jpg
A5 near Crevenagh, Omagh
Heading NNW towards Omagh
A5 at Tattykeel - Geograph - 436030.jpg
A5 at Tattykeel
The road is heading north-west towards Omagh
Derry Road, Strabane - Geograph - 108170.jpg
Derry Road, Strabane
Leaving Strabane and heading to Derry / Londonderry
Victoria Road, Derry - Londonderry - Geograph - 1798015.jpg
Victoria Road, Derry - Londonderry
Heading south-east
Victoria Road, Newbuildings - Geograph - 1798020.jpg
Victoria Road, Newbuildings
Heading WSW towards Strabane
Newbuildings, County Londonderry - Geograph - 94222.jpg
Newbuildings, County Londonderry
This village is a couple of miles to the south of the city of Derry / Londonderry on the main road coming from Strabane.
The Ballygawley Roundabout - Geograph - 1502924.jpg
The Ballygawley Roundabout
A5 Omagh Road, Ballygawley - Geograph - 1162015.jpg
A5 Omagh Road, Ballygawley
Dual carriageway, Tullyvannon - Geograph - 2453885.jpg
Dual carriageway, Tullyvannon
Dual carriageway, Tullyallen - Geograph - 2453880.jpg
Dual carriageway, Tullyallen
Dual carriageway, Tullyallen - Geograph - 2453878.jpg
Dual carriageway, Tullyallen
National Cycle Network milepost beside the River Mourne - Geograph - 2395958.jpg
National Cycle Network milepost beside the River Mourne
Looking towards the Border - Geograph - 1159097.jpg
Looking towards the Border
Bridge across the River Foyle at Lifford - Geograph - 1320289.jpg
Bridge across the River Foyle at Lifford
Border bridge between Lifford and Strabane - Geograph - 1410999.jpg
Border bridge between Lifford and Strabane

 
 
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