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Southern Link Interchange

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Southern Link Interchange
Acomhal an Naisc Theas
Location Map ( geo)
The southern bridge on the Junction 16 roundabout - Geograph - 1904403.jpg
The southern bridge on the roundabout, looking west
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Location
Gibstown / Haynestown
County
Louth
Highway Authority
Transport Infrastructure Ireland
Junction Type
Roundabout interchange
Roads Joined
M1, N52
Junctions related to the N52

The Southern Link Interchange is Junction 16 of the M1 in County Louth. The name reflects the junction's role as the southernmost of the three M1 interchanges serving Dundalk. From 2001 to 2005 this junction was the northern terminus of the motorway.

Routes

Route To Notes

M1

An tIúir NEWRY · Béal Feirste BELFAST

M1

Droichead Átha DROGHEDA · Áth Cliath DUBLIN

N52

Baile Átha Fhirdhia ARDEE · An Muileann gCearr MULLINGAR

N52

Dún Dealgan DUNDALK For N1 Béal Feirste BELFAST




Southern Link Interchange
Related Pictures
View gallery (5)
M1 Dundalk Bypass (1) - Coppermine - 1147.jpgM1 Dundalk South (2) - Coppermine - 1148.jpgOld end of the M1, start of the Dundalk Western bypass - Coppermine - 3601.JPGThe southern bridge on the Junction 16 roundabout - Geograph - 1904403.jpgShould the M1 not be in brackets ... like the N1 ... this was the old end of the motorway at the southern end of Dundalk, I think that the Belfast sign should have been changed to the motorway version as well ! - Coppermine - 11191.JPG
Other nearby junctions
Dundalk
Junctions on the M1 and N1
Turnapin • 2 Cloghran • Airport • 3 Drinan • 4 Lissenhall • 5 Rowans Road • 6 Balbriggan • 7 Gormanston • 8 & 9 Drogheda South • 10 Drogheda North • 11 Monasterboice • 12 Hammondstown • 13 Mooremount • 14  Charleville • 15 Drumleck • 16 Southern Link • 17 Castleblayney Road • 18 Ballymascanlan (Ballymascanlan Roundabout • Faughart Roundabout • Major's Hollow) • 19 Feede Cross • 20 Flurrybridge

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