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Castleiney, officially Castleleiny and historically "Castlelyny" (Irish: Caisleán Laighnigh), is a village in North Tipperary, Ireland. It is one half of the Roman Catholic parish of Loughmore-Castleiney. It is in the barony of Eliogarty.
The village is reached from Templemore by taking the R433 road out of Templemore and turning right onto the R502 approximately one kilometre outside Templemore. One then crosses the bridge over the Dublin to Cork railway and takes the first right turn onto local road L3205, which takes one towards Castleiney village.
See also 
Putting the barony in its historico-geographical context.
- Barony - an old administrative division. Eliogarty - one of 14 baronies in the old county, between Ikerrin to the north (whose chief town is Roscrea), Kilnamanagh Upper to the west (whose chief town is Borrisoleigh) and Middle Third to the south (whose chief town is Cashel).
Explanation for the use of "North Tipperary" instead of "County Tipperary".
- Placenames Database of Ireland (see archival records)
- Parish in Cashel and Emly Diocese http://www.cashel-emly.ie/main/parishes/templemore.htm
- The Local Government (Ireland) Act 1898
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