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{{disambig-two|the extension of the [[Greenway]]|the road of [[Beleriand]]|[[Old South Road (Beleriand)]]}}
 
{{disambig-two|the extension of the [[Greenway]]|the road of [[Beleriand]]|[[Old South Road (Beleriand)]]}}
The '''Old South Road''', was the name of the extension of the North Road (later Greenway) beyond [[Tharbad]] and into [[Enedwaith]].<ref name=gen>[[General Map of Middle-earth]]</ref>  
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The '''Old South Road''', was the name of the extension of the [[North Road]] (later Greenway) beyond [[Tharbad]] and into [[Enedwaith]].<ref name=gen>[[General Map of Middle-earth]]</ref>  
  
 
It formed the great '''[[North-South Road]]''' that once led to [[Gondor]].<ref name=utmap>{{UT|Map}}</ref><ref>{{UT|Index}}</ref> However several disasters that struck [[Eriador]] during the [[Third Age]], including the dissolution of [[Arnor]] and the abandonment of Tharbad, made traffic between the former [[Two Realms]] scarce; the route was all but lost by the end of the [[Ages|Age]].<ref name=gen/>
 
It formed the great '''[[North-South Road]]''' that once led to [[Gondor]].<ref name=utmap>{{UT|Map}}</ref><ref>{{UT|Index}}</ref> However several disasters that struck [[Eriador]] during the [[Third Age]], including the dissolution of [[Arnor]] and the abandonment of Tharbad, made traffic between the former [[Two Realms]] scarce; the route was all but lost by the end of the [[Ages|Age]].<ref name=gen/>

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