Western Extension

Western Extension is generally used for any westward expansion of a road, rail line or populated place. It may also have one of the following meanings:

  • The Western Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike
  • Western Extension of a Maryland railroad
  • South Carolina Western Extension Railway
  • Western Extension Area

Other articles related to "western extension, western, extension":

Fredericton Railway Bridge - History
... the 1860s after an initial survey by the European and North American Railway "Western Extension" project ... The E NA "Western Extension" was building the line connecting St ... lobbying from the city of Saint John, saw the "Western Extension" project altered to run from Saint John's west end, northwest to Harvey and then west to ...
London Buses Route 452 - History
... on routes 137 and 52, in preparation for the Congestion Charging Western Extension. 452 was introduced in connection with the Western extension of the congestion charging zone, TfL has maintained the route following the removal of ...
London Buses Route 31 - History
... Star) via Edith Grove, Earls Court Road, Kensington High Street, Notting Hill Gate, Great Western Road, Walterton Road and Belsize Road, replacing Horse Bus service 36, which also ran ... However, this extension did not last long and in December 1912 the 31 was curtailed to run daily from Chelsea to South Hampstead (Swiss Cottage) ... route was extended to Shepherd's Bush Green in preparation for the Western Extension of the Congestion Charge ...
European And North American Railway - E&NA “Western Extension” (South Bay To St. Croix, New Brunswick)
... was the railway most commonly referred to as the E NA Western Extension which was built between South Bay, New Brunswick (immediately west of Saint John) and St ... Brunswick incorporated a company called the European and North American Railway for extension from Saint John westward to build the “Western Extension” of the E NA system ...

Famous quotes containing the words extension and/or western:

    We know then the existence and nature of the finite, because we also are finite and have extension. We know the existence of the infinite and are ignorant of its nature, because it has extension like us, but not limits like us. But we know neither the existence nor the nature of God, because he has neither extension nor limits.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    One good reason for the popularity of “reductionism” among the philosophical outposts of the Western Establishment is that it can be, and is, used as a device for trying to take the wind, so to speak, out of the sails of Marxism.... In essence reductionism is a kind of anti-Marxist caricature of Marxist determinism. It is what anti-Marxists pretend that Marxist determinism is.
    Claud Cockburn (1904–1981)