The N16 approaching Upper Lough Macnean in County Cavan.
The N16 is a road in the northwest of the Republic of Ireland. It is a continuation of the A4 providing a route from Sligo to Enniskillen and the rest of Northern Ireland.
The end of the N16 - ahead over the Belcoo River is the A4
It starts on the Sligo Bypass as a triple point with the N4 and N15, before heading northeast around the mountains that border Counties Sligo and Leitrim towards Manorhamilton. It briefly enters County Cavan along the south of Upper Lough Macnean, and passes between that and the Lower Lough. As it passes over the Belcoo river that connects the two, it enters County Fermanagh, and hence Northern Ireland, becoming the A4 towards Enniskillen.
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