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R230 (Belleek - Ballyshannon)

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R230
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From:  Cloghore (G936587)
To:  Ballyshannon (G877612)
Distance:  6.7 km (4.2 miles)
Met (1993) A46, N15
Former Number(s):  L24
Now part of:  N3, R936
Traditional Counties

Donegal

This article is about the former route between Belleek and Ballyshannon.
For the current route between Gleann Cholm Cille and Common Bridge, see R230
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The N3 at Templenew

The number R230 was originally allocated to a continuation of the route of the A46 westwards into County Donegal from the border crossing at Corry / Cloghore (near Belleek) to the N15 in Ballyshannon.

In 1994 this road became a detached part of the N3 and the section in Ballyshannon later became the R936 when that town was bypassed.




R230 (Belleek - Ballyshannon)
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R230.pngR936, Allingham Road - Geograph - 2538130.jpgN3 at Templenew - Geograph - 504943.jpg
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Belleek
Ballyshannon
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Earlier incarnations : R230

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