Ballinlough, County Roscommon
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Baile an Locha
The N60, through Ballinlough Main Srteet
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Ballinlough (// BAL-in-LOKH; Irish: Baile an Locha, meaning "town of the lake") is a small town in County Roscommon, Ireland. The N60 national secondary road passes through it. The town is between Ballyhaunis and Castlerea on the Roscommon to Castlebar road.
Lake O'Flynn, which lies north of the town, is notable for brown trout fishing. The lake is also the source of the River Suck.
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