|Distance:||7.3 miles (11.7 km)|
|Now part of:||B4275|
|Route outline (key)|
As illustrated in the 1975 AA Touring Guide to England, the A4224 is the section of B4275 from a junction with the A4059 near Ffrwrd Crescent in Mountain Ash, north east to Aberdare. The mapping isn't particularly clear, but it appears to terminate at the junction with what is now the A4233, then the B4277, and the A4059 before it was rerouted onto the Aberdare bypass. It ran parallel to the A4059 for most of its length, as well as starting and finishing on that road.
The original entry in the routebox (right) suggests that this route may once have extended further south into Abercynon; however, the 1963 AA Road Book shows the road as the A4059, with the B4275 roughly following the route of the modern A4059.
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