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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Crossbarry or Crosbarry is a small village on the R589 Regional Road in the Innishannon parish, about fourteen miles west of Cork City, Ireland. There is a mill overlooking the local shop. There is one pub in the village The Crossbarry Inn. The River Owenabue flows through the village. The West Cork Railway once ran through the village, and a station there served as a connection to Kinsale. The Crossbarry Ambush took place at the village during the War of Independence. A former principal of Gurrane Richard Barrett is closely associated with the area. Nearby is the Charlie Hurley more

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