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Main pedestrian route through Roscommon, connecting the Main Street (Goff Street) in the North to the Railway Station in the South. This route services the Railway, the four main schools, the two main churches, and the main commercial street. The town has developed towards the South-West, meaning that the definition of the ‘Main Street’, formally an axis from Roscommon Castle along Goff Street, is now morphing to include Abbey Street and Church Street at the expense of the South-East of Goff Street.

Main pedestrian route through Roscommon, connecting the Main Street (Goff Street) in the North to the Railway Station in the South. This route services the Railway, the four main schools, the two main churches, and the main commercial street. The town has developed towards the South-West, meaning that the definition of the ‘Main Street’, formally an axis from Roscommon Castle along Goff Street, is now morphing to include Abbey Street and Church Street at the expense of the South-East of Goff Street.

Main pedestrian route through Roscommon, connecting the Main Street (Goff Street) in the North to the Railway Station in the South. This route services the Railway, the four main schools, the two main churches, and the main commercial street. The town has developed towards the South-West, meaning that the definition of the ‘Main Street’, formally an axis from Roscommon Castle along Goff Street, is now morphing to include Abbey Street and Church Street at the expense of the South-East of Goff Street.