Irish Regional Road R154 :: Shared Description

A regional road in Ireland is a type of road which does not form a major route (such as a national primary road or national secondary road) but nevertheless, does provide a link in the national route network. Regional roads are numbered with three-digit route numbers, prefixed by "R" eg R154 which runs for 57 miles and links the R147 near Clonee, County Meath with the R198 at Crossdoney (near Cavan) in County Cavan. The road is single carriageway throughout
by David Dixon
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16 images use this description:

N9351 : R154, Cross Keys by David Dixon
N8554 : R154 towards Trim by David Dixon
N8355 : R154 near Scurlockstown Business Park by David Dixon
N7957 : Trim, Athboy Road by David Dixon
N7758 : Athboy Road (R154) Oakstown by David Dixon
N9052 : Bend in the R154 near Cross Keys by David Dixon
N8356 : R154, Scurlockstown Crossroads by David Dixon
N8853 : R154 passing Kiltale Hurling and Camogie Club by David Dixon
N7263 : R154 Athboy by David Dixon
N9152 : R154, Warrenstown Arms by David Dixon
N8654 : R154, north of Kiltale by David Dixon
N7957 : Athboy Road (R154) by David Dixon
N8256 : Trim, Dublin Road (R154) by David Dixon
N8953 : R154, Kiltale by David Dixon
N7264 : Trim Road (R154) Athboy by David Dixon
N8753 : R154 near Kiltale by David Dixon

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Created: Sun, 3 Dec 2017, Updated: Sun, 3 Dec 2017

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