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The R639 between Cahir and Skeheenarinky, built after 1811.
The R639 between Cahir and Skeheenarinky, built after 1811.
The R639 leaving Fermoy heading south
The R639 leaving Fermoy heading south
Contemporary signage on the R639.
Contemporary signage on the R639.
The R639 approaching Cashel from the north
The R639 approaching Cashel from the north
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J17 on M7; the start/end point of the N77. This was the start point of the old N8 single carriageway. The M8 now begins at junction 19 further west of
J17 on M7; the start/end point of the N77. This was the start point of the old N8 single carriageway. The M8 now begins at junction 19 further west of Portlaoise following the opening of the M7/M8 in May 2010
Commemorative plaque marking the opening of the Glanmire Bypass in 1992, located at the Dunkettle Interchange, Cork.
Commemorative plaque marking the opening of the Glanmire Bypass in 1992, located at the Dunkettle Interchange, Cork.
This section of the N8, known as the Glanmire bypass, marks the entrance to Cork City. It was given motorway status and became a part of the M8 on 28
This section of the N8, known as the Glanmire bypass, marks the entrance to Cork City. It was given motorway status and became a part of the M8 on 28 August 2009.