- A4214 road
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start= A484 (Swansea Castle Roundabout)
end= A484 (Bridge Street)
junctions= ukroadsmall|484The A4214 is a main road in
Llanelliin Carmarthenshire, west Wales.
The route begins at the junction with Hall Street and Bridge Street (A484 road) in northwest Llanelli. It heads southwards along Church Street until the crossroads with Queen Victoria Road and Murray Street. It continues northwest along Murry Street then loops around the south of the car park of the central shopping centre. The road then heads northeast along Stepney Place and then rejoins the A484at the Swansea Castle Roundabout.
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