Golden Rock may refer to:
- Kyaiktiyo Pagoda
- Golden Rock Locomotive Workshops
- Golden Rock, Tiruchirappalli
- A nickname and National anthem for the island of Sint Eustatius, and an archeological site on that island: Golden Rock (archeological site)
- A former name of Red Rock Island, a 6-acre island located in the San Francisco Bay.
Other articles related to "golden rock":
... CodeKJM) in the South Western Railway zone, Golden Rock (codeGOC) in the Southern Railway Zone, Siliguri (CodeSGUJ) in the Northeast Frontier Railway zone, Bhagat ki Kothi (CodeBGKT) in the North Western ... Golden Rock The Golden Rock homes the following WDP-4B 40063,40064,40067,40068,40075,40077 WDP-4D 40093 Siliguri Siliguri homes the following WDP-4 20000–20004, 20011–20018, 20048–20052, 20061, 20063–20064 ...
... The Central Workshops, situated in Ponmalai (Golden Rock), Tiruchirapalli in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is one of the three mechanical railway workshops serving the southern zone of the Indian ... In common it is called as Golden Rock Workshop, (Ponmalai in Tamil) ...
... War (Siege of Trichinopoly (1751–1752) Battle of Golden Rock Battle of Seringham) 1928 South Indian Railway Strike Geography and Architecture Geography ... Varahaneri Railway stations Tiruchirappalli Fort Tiruchirappalli Junction Golden Rock Palakkarai Srirangam Thiruverumbur Uttamar Kovil Educational institutions Bharathidasan Institute of ...
... The Golden Rock Locomotive Workshops, moved to Tiruchirappalli from Nagapattinam in 1928, is one of the three railway locomotive manufacturing units in Tamil ... The chief workshop manager's office at Golden Rock was awarded a star rating by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency for the proper and regulated usage of electricity in its offices ... Limited (TDCL) which was established at Senthaneerpuram in the then Golden Rock municipality in 1966 ...
Famous quotes containing the words rock and/or golden:
“Dont say, dont say there is no water
to solace the dryness at our hearts.
I have seen
the fountain springing out of the rock wall
and you drinking there.”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“Now remember courage, go to the door,
Open it and see whether coiled on the bed
Or cringing by the wall, a savage beast
Maybe with golden hair, with deep eyes
Like a bearded spider on a sunlit floor
Will snarland man can never be alone.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)