R476 road (Ireland)



The R476 road is a regional road in central
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. The route connects the N85 road at
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to the N67 road at
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, away
''Irish Statute Book'' (irishstatutebook.ie), 2012-02-28.
The government legislation that defines the R476, the ''Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2012 (Statutory Instrument 54 of 2012)'', provides the following official description: :R476: Ennis - Lisdoonvarna, County Clare :Between its junction with N85 at Fountain Cross and its junction with N67 at Lisdoonvarna via Ballycullinan Bridge, Ballykinnacorra, Corrofin, Killinaboy, Leamaneh Cross, Kilfenora, Ballykeel and Gowlaun Bridge all in the county of Clare.

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Regional roads in the Republic of Ireland Roads in County Clare {{Ireland-road-stub