The R319 near its terminus at Keem Bay on Achill Island
Brandyhall Bridge carries the R572 road over the Aghakista River.
Tourist sign on R565 in Portmagee
Example of brown tourist signage near Valentia Island in Kerry
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 06, 2007 by IrlRon
The Bridge over Bandon River
Bridge at Ballylickey
Long Quay across the harbour, Kinsale
Bridge over Achill Sound Pre 2008 (C) Steve Edge This swing-bridge over Achill Sound linked Achill Island to the mainland
The R591, heading west towards Crookhaven
Town centre, Ballydehob
The Maurice O'Neill Bridge to Valentia_Island from Portmagee.
The Bridge from Valentia Island to Portmagee
The R598 near Castlefreke
Emlaghmore Bridge This bridge carries the R566 Ballinskelligs Road across the Emlaghmore River.
Nicholas Browne's The filling station and shop of Nicholas Browne, where the bread arrives daily but at different times of each day. A popular place, this.
Looking back one last time Over Saint Finan's Bay before crossing yet another watershed and descending to Portmagee.
Holy well A well-cared-for, although isolated, shrine.
Kenmare Bridge The bridge carries traffic over the River Roughty. This view from the northern end of the bridge.
Lauragh Bridge across a tidal inlet near Lauragh.
Road from Eyeries View northwards from Eyeries
View along the R575 Road R575 view near Cahirkeem
R575 passing up through the mountain Mountain pass on R575
Coastal road on Bearra Peninsula
Allihies Brightly painted former copper mining town.
Roadworks on R595 near Creagh - Creagh Townland Large diameter pipes were being laid. Passed through here several times and all that seemed to be working were the traffic lights.
R596 Skibbereen to Castletownshend - Gurranes and Knockdrum Townlands The side of the road that the photographer is on is in Gurranes Townland.
Goleen Bridge A tributary to the creek runs out under Golleen Bridge, carrying the R597.
Bridge and old ford The track to the right of the road is presumably what remains of the old ford across the river.
Road junction on the R604 The road signs are 3km to Old Head to the left (south) and 6km to Kinsale to the right (north).
Speckled Door - Old Head of Kinsale Popular pub and restaurant overlooking the entrance to Kinsale Harbour.
Road by the beach at Garretstown
R572 south of Glengarriff
Long Irish L Road name plate at junction with R572
Layby on R572
Bantry - Wolfe Tone Square and New Street
Southern end of the R573, Co. Kerry
Henry Street, Kenmare
Looking back on Henry Street, Kenmare
Crossroads at the northern end of Henry Street, Kenmare
Sign giving distances to New York and Moscow
The end of the R572 over the other side of the narrows from Dursey Island, with the cable car in view
Lay by sign and Wild Atlantic Way Route confirmation Sign, Adrigole, Co. Cork
Loop Head lighthouse and Wild Atlantic Way marker at the end of the R487
There are now many of these markers along the western coast of Ireland. The logo at the top represents the (elided) letters WAW, as well as the waves from the Atlantic! Lower down, on the pillar, the location is shown.
Road Sign approaching R572 R574 junction (with TV aerial), Adrigole
Junction on bend over bridge ahead sign
Colourful buildings in Skibbereen
Achill Island - Achill Sound Bridge View is to the east from R319 at the west end of the bridge.
A sign on the Wild Atlantic Way, advising of an upcoming optional diversion.
Cleggan Harbour on the Wild Atlantic Way One of the markers on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The Wild Atlantic Way is a well signposted touring route along the west coast of Ireland. At over 1,600 miles in length, it begins in Londonderry/Derry and runs to Kinsale.