|Met:|| L68, L43, L67, L41, L65, L64, L63, L190, L58, L191, L60, L59, L57, L56|
|Now part of:||R600, N71, R592|
A long route along the south coast of County Cork which never met a T route. Oddly, the eastern end of the route seems to have been a three-way junction which was also the terminus of the L68 and L43. At Kinsale, the road appears to have used the current R605 and/or R606 to head upriver and then use an old bridge or ferry to cross.
At the western end, the route may haver terminated on the L57 at Ballydehob, or continued past the L56 to terminate at Dough - the map is not clear.