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Enfield (Irish: An Bóthar Buí, meaning "the yellow road") or Innfield is a town in south County Meath, Ireland, situated between Kilcock and Kinnegad and very close to the border with County Kildare. The town is on the Dublin-Sligo railway line. It is located on the R148 regional road, formerly the N4 national primary road connecting Dublin to the West of Ireland and Sligo.

Population: 2,929

Latitude: 53° 24' 51.08" N
Longitude: -6° 49' 56.24" W

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