R211

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R211
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From: Cappoge (O050905)
To: Mooremount (O044888)
Length: 1.8 km (1.1 miles)
Meets:  R132, M1, R170
Former Number(s): N1
Highway Authorities

Louth County

Traditional Counties

Louth

R211 (R132) heading northeast from the M1 J13 towards Castlebellingham
The R211 in County Louth was built in 1993 as a link between the then temporary terminus (now Junction 13) of the Dunleer bypass section of the M1 and the original N1 (now R132). It ceased to be part of the N1 in 2001 when the Dunleer to Dundalk section of the M1 opened. The R211 is a high-quality S2 with hard shoulders and includes a bridge over the DublinBelfast railway.

The R211 does not appear on any signs; it is currently signed as the R132 from the Moremount Interchange, and as (M1) from the northern end.




R211
JunctionsMoremount Interchange
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20161228-1555 - R211 (R132) heading northeast from M1 J13 towards Castlebellingham 53.8392795N 6.4148144W.jpg
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