R104 road (Ireland)

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The R104 road is a regional road in north Dublin, Ireland. The road passes through Finglas, Santry, and Coolock, along the northern edge of Raheny and finishes at the coast in Kilbarrack.

The official description of the R104 from the Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006 [1] reads:

R104: Finglas - Kilbarrack, Dublin
Between its junction with N2 at North Road Finglas in the city of Dublin and its junction with R132 at Swords Road in the city of Dublin via Saint Margaret's Road in the city of Dublin: Saint Margaret's Road in the county of Fingal: and Santry Avenue in the city of Dublin
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between its junction with R132 at Swords Road in the city of Dublin and its junction with R105 at Dublin Road Kilbarrack in the city of Dublin via Coolock Lane, Oscar Traynor Road, Tonlegee Road and Kilbarrack Road in the city of Dublin: and Kilbarrack Road in the county of Fingal.

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