Gallery:Vee Gap

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Vee Gap
 
 
Clogheen, "The Vee" - Geograph - 1555395.jpg
'The Vee' is a famous hairpin bend on the R668 in southern County Tipperary
South to Waterford (C) Martin Richard Phelan - Geograph - 3942676.jpg
South to Waterford (C) Martin Richard Phelan
Taken from the same viewpoint near The Vee on the R668 Cappoquin to Clogheen road, this view is southwards to the crest of the pass where County Tipperary meets County Waterford.
<a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3942641'>S0211 : North to the Galtys</a> <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3942661'>S0210 : Mountain lake in Tipperary</a>
The Vee - Geograph - 1395057.jpg
The sharp hairpin bend known as 'The Vee' which giving its name to this section of the R668. The road was constructed as a famine relief project in 1846-7.

 

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