Limerick Route

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N7 Road (Ireland) - Route - M7 - Limerick Southern Ring Road
... The N7 route officially follows the Southern Ring Road (also upgraded to motorway status) around Limerick City to meet the M20 and the N18 ... As of 2006, most signage in Limerick City has not been upgraded to reflect this, and the R445 (old N7 route through the city) is mostly still signposted as the N7 ... Two grade separated junctions allow access to Limerick city at Annacotty via the R445 and at Ballysimon via the N24 ...

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    To Cork I give my curse,
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