A37 road (Northern Ireland)

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The name A37 is used to refer to two roads in Northern Ireland.

In the north, there is a road from Coleraine to Limavady, part of the Coleraine to Derry route, about 11.2 miles long.

In the south, there is a short road in County Armagh. It connects two sections of the N53, a route in the Republic, which connects the towns of Castleblaney and Dundalk. The road is about 3.4 miles long, and goes through the village of Cullaville.

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Coordinates: 54°03′36″N 6°38′22″W / 54.05997°N 6.63952°W / 54.05997; -6.63952