Galway.Net Street Finder
Launch Street Finder
(Street Finder will open as a separate window)
Street Finder is a new experimental application which lets you find a street or residential area in Galway City.
How does it work?
- Key the first few letters of the street name in the search box, for example "Loug"
- Select the desired street name from a "auto-complete" menu which will appear within seconds
- Click "Display on Map" button
- The auto complete menu will display only the first 10 results. So if you don't see the desired street name, try entering a few more letters.
- Do not use abbreviations. For example use "Street" or "Saint" and not "St".
- City centre streets are reasonably well covered, however not all residential areas have been entered into our database
- Irish language street names in the works, but are not currently available in this version
We always welcome feedback. Please use the feedback form or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are experiencing technical problems please state the name and version of the web browser you are using (usually available in the Help -> About menu option on your browser).
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Tuesday 26 September, 2006. The Minister for Transport announced approval of funding for Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) to proceed with the development of the first phase of the Western Rail Corridor - a rail link between Ennis and Athenry and a commuter service between Galway city and Athenry.
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