Cambrian Coast Railway

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List Of Tunnels In The United Kingdom - Wales
... Notes Date of opening Bridgend Nottage, Porthcawl Railway 63 ... yd Single track. 1829? Caerphilly Pennar Tunnel Railway 239 ... yd On Halls Road Branch between Risca and Markham Caerphilly Glyn Tunnel, Hafodyrynys Railway 280 ... yd Taff Vale Extension. 1857 Caerphilly Caerphilly Tunnel Railway 1,768 1933 yd In use between Thornhill, Cardiff and Caerphilly ...
Oostzaan
... the English Channel, the Mediterranean, the African-Atlantic coast into the Caribbean to ... The booty he was liquidated on the coast of Ireland, later in Sale and the Barbary Coast ...
List Of Explorers - V
... Cayetano Valdés Spanish 18th Pacific Northwest George Vancouver British 18th Pacific coast of North America Pierre Gaultier de Varennes French Canadian 18th western Canada Gonçalo Velho ...
Coastline Statistics - Measuring A Coastline
... The broken line measuring the coast does not extend in one direction nor does it represent an area, but is intermediate ... For more details on this topic, see How Long Is the Coast of Britain? Statistical Self-Similarity and Fractional Dimension ...
Penrhyndeudraeth - Transport
... The bridge is also shared with the Cambrian Coast railway mainline ... For generations, the Grade II listed Pont Briwet has carried the Cambrian Coast Railway and allowed people to cross Afon Dwyryd from Penrhyndeudraeth to Llandecwyn along a narrow road suitable for ... The village has two stations, Penrhyndeudraeth railway station on the southern side of the village on the Cambrian Coast Railway from Pwllheli to Shrewsbury and to the north, Penrhyn railway station ...

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