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Routes

Coordinates: 49°43′52″N 0°44′40″E / 49.7311°N 0.7444°E / 49.7311; 0.7444

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West Coast Railway Company - Routes
... Routes commonly operated over by WCR include the nearby Cumbrian Coast Line and Furness Line, Little North Western Line, the Settle and Carlisle Railway and the West Highland Line ...
Mount Dana - Hike
... From the Tioga Pass Road there are many easy routes ... These routes rise 3,108 feet (947 m) in elevation in 2.9 miles (4.7 km), (a 20.3% average grade) ... After topping a ridge, a set of use-paths and ducked routes are present, with the main path running along the easterly ridgeline ...
Interstate 184 - History
... This was the only signed suffixed auxiliary Interstate route in the nation, though it was not upgraded to Interstate standards until after the parent route was renamed ... Other suffixed routes around the country either were too short to merit an auxiliary route or used the unsuffixed route number for its auxiliary routes ... This was illustrated by Interstate 80S in Pennsylvania, whose auxiliary routes were I-180, I-280, I-480, and I-680 respectively ...
Geneva Public Transport - Timeline
... As of 27 April 2008, the TPG network includes 6 tramway routes, 38 cantonal bus routes, 15 intercantonal (Canton of Vaud) and international (France ... More tramway routes are planned by 2015, and a 40% increase in mobility is planned by 2020 ...
Jadrolinija
... The company mainly operates car ferries on domestic routes along the Croatian coast, as well as international routes across the Adriatic Sea to Italy (to ports at ... and Zadar which are used on long range and international routes, 37 smaller ferries used for local passenger service, 8 catamarans, 1 hydrobus and 5 conventional ships ...

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    The myth of independence from the mother is abandoned in mid- life as women learn new routes around the mother—both the mother without and the mother within. A mid-life daughter may reengage with a mother or put new controls on care and set limits to love. But whatever she does, her child’s history is never finished.
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