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N61 road (Ireland)

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Subject: Roscommon, Athlone, Boyle, County Roscommon, N6 road (Ireland), N5 road (Ireland), Knockcroghery, Lecarrow, National secondary road, N60 road (Ireland), M6 motorway (Ireland)
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N61 road (Ireland)

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The N61 road is a map).

The government legislation that defines the N61, the Roads Act 1993 (Classification of National Roads) Order 2012, provides the following official description:

N61: Athlone, County Westmeath — Boyle, County Roscommon
Between its junction with N6 at Bogganfin and its junction with N4 at Tawnytaskin via Kiltoom, Lecarrow, Knockcroghery, Ballymurray; Athlone Road and Circular Road in the town of Roscommon; Cloonbrackna, Carrownalassan, Tulsk Cross, Shankill, Ratallen, Greatmeadow; Elphin Street, Carrick Road, Sligo Road (and via Military Road, Main Street and Bridge Street) in the town of Boyle; and Knockashee all in the county of Roscommon.[1]

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