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Re: A9/A82 (Cannich)
by Was92now625 View the latest post
Sun Oct 17, 2021 01:17
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The A484 runs from Swansea to Cardigan, via Llanelli and Carmarthen. In the 1922 Road Lists the number was allocated to the section of the present A484 between Bronydd Arms (just north of Carmarthen) and Cardigan, but the road has subsequently been extended towards Swansea. The route from Swansea via Carmarthen was previously part of the A48 but was renumbered to A484 in 1935. The Swansea extension used to start by heading west towards Llanelli via [[Loughor
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