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From:  Lough Gill
To:  Cushina
Met:  L16, L117, T54, T53, T52, T15, T3, T9, T4, T41
Now part of:  R288, R289, R400
Traditional Counties

Leitrim • Longford • Offaly • Westmeath

Route outline (key)
L112 Lough Gill - Killarga
(T54) Killarga - Drumshambo
L112 Drumshambo - Dumcong
(T55) Drumcong - Keshkerrigan
L112 Keshkerrigan - Edgeworthstown
(T3) Edgeworthstown - Mullingar
L112 Mullingar - Cushina

The L112 is a former Link Road in Ireland, following a meandering route in several sections across several counties.


There were four distinct parts to this route, which may have once been a continuous route!

Lough Gill - Killarga

Used to multiplex with L117 near Dromahair, but now split into two routes with western section being part of the R288 and the eastern section being part of the R289.

There was then a lengthy multiplex with the T54 to Drumshanbo followed by a gap in the route, where it may have been downgraded to an unclassified road very early.

Keshcarrigan - Mohill

This part of the route is now completely unclassified.

Mohill - Edgeworthstown

This section is also now unclassified, as it ran down the western shore of Rinn Lough to Farnaght then through Drumlish, Esker South, Moat Farrell and so to Edgeworthstown.

Mullingar - Cushina

This section is now the route of the R400.

Other nearby roads
L4 • M4 (Republic of Ireland) • N4 • N52 • R156 • R390 • R391 • R392 • R393 • R394 • R400 • T3 • T9 • T10


L200·L201 ¦ Spurs: L108A·L122A·L128A·L135A·L149A·L189A

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