Barnesmore Gap

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Barnesmore Gap, c. 1900
Biddy's pub, Barnesmore Gap.

Barnesmore Gap (Irish: An Bearnas Mór, meaning "the big gap") is a mountain pass or gap situated in the Bluestack Mountains, County Donegal, Ireland. The main Donegal to Ballybofey road, the N15, and former County Donegal Railway run through Barnesmore gap, acting as the main route between south and north Donegal. The name in Irish literally means The Big Gap.

Coordinates: 54°43′19″N 7°56′53″W / 54.72208°N 7.94812°W / 54.72208; -7.94812