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R624

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R624
Location Map ( geo)
Welcome to the Great Island - Geograph - 1901899.jpg
'Belvelly Bridge linking Fota Island to Great Island on the R624 to Cobh
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From:  Tullagreen (W806728)
To:  Cobh (W808671)
Distance:  12 km (7.5 miles)
Meets:  N25
Highway Authorities

Cork County

Traditional Counties

Cork

R624 is a regional road in County Cork, linking the N25 with the port of Cobh. Notable features along the route are the Belvelly Bridge between Fota Island and Great Island, the Passage West Ferry, and the destination port of Cobh, where once, the Ocean Liners such as the Titanic departed for America, but which now acts principally as a harbour for small ships - the new port at Ringaskiddy on the other side of the river providing deep water berthing and large areas of space for cargo movements.




R624
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R625.jpgWelcome to the Great Island - Geograph - 1901899.jpgThe R624 - Geograph - 4662197.jpgBelvelly Bridge, Belvelly Townland - Geograph - 1901896.jpg20180824-1905 - Fingerpost with distance to Cork on R624 at Casement Square, Cobh 51.850211N 8.294873W.jpg
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