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Erdenet

of Ulaanbaatar, the capital. The road length between Ulaanbaatar and Erdenet is about linking Erdenet to the Trans-Mongolian

). The line was built between 1949 and 1961. In most of Mongolia, it is single track (Single track (rail)), and in China double track. The gauge (rail gauge) is WikiPedia:Erdenet Commons:Category:Erdenet


Gällivare

transport railway line in Narvik, Norway. It runs from the Port of Narvik to Riksgränsen on the Norway–Sweden border, where the line continues as the Ore Line (Malmbanan) via Kiruna and Gällivare to Luleå. The Ofoten Line is single track (single track (rail)), electrified at Wikipedia:Gällivare


State Transit Authority

generally follow the route down Crown and Baptist Streets as far as Phillip Street. The former Alexandria tram line opened in 1902 as a single-track electric line which was duplicated in 1910. The line branched off from the Botany line at the junction of Henderson and Botany Rds in Alexandria. The line proceeded down Henderson Road then swung left into Mitchell Road. A Turnback was provided at Ashmore Road (near Erskineville Oval (Erskineville Oval, Sydney)) for short

) before terminating at the junction with the Cook's River line at the Princes Highway near St Peters railway station. Services operated from Circular Quay in a route similar to the Botany line as far as the Henderson Road junction. The line opened in 1902 as a single-track electric line, duplicated in 1910. It was closed in 1959. Sydney Buses (State Transit Authority) route 308 (300 series bus routes, Sydney) generally follows the route as far as St Peters station. Legacy


Bantry

language, culture and tradition of Blasket Islanders (Blaset Island). * Garnish Island - Bantry, County Cork - Island garden sheltered in Glengarriff harbour. * Jerpoint Abbey - Thomastown, County Kilkenny - Cistercian monastery. The CB&SCR served the south coast of County Cork between Cork (Cork (city)) and Bantry. It had a route length of , all of it single track. Many road car routes connected with the line, including the route from Bantry

to Killarney. The CB&SCR served the south coast of County Cork between Cork (Cork (city)) and Bantry. It had a route length of , all of it single track. Many road car routes connected with the line, including the route from Bantry to Killarney. In 1969 London Weekend Television produced a six-episode serial of ''The Growing Summer'', with Wendy Hiller as Aunt Dymphna. It was filmed in Bantry (Bantry House), in Ahakista and near


Nouadhibou

to 400 reis at the time. From 1444 to 1446, as many as forty vessels sailed from Lagos (Lagos, Portugal) on Henry's behalf, and the first private mercantile expeditions began. (standard gauge), owned and operated by a government mining company, Société Nationale Industrielle et Minière (Mauritania Railway) (National Mining and Industrial Company, SNIM). The railway goes from


Ahuntsic-Cartierville

(AMT) Blainville-Saint-Jérôme Line line. Cartierville branch and station A single-track electrified (2400 V DC) branch to Cartierville (Ahuntsic-Cartierville), a relic of when the line terminated there in Canadian Northern Railway days, left the line at (then) Val-Royal station. In later Canadian National years, only one rush-hour trip in each direction existed. It was abandoned in the early 1980s when STM predecessor STCUM took over operation of the Deux-Montagnes line


Luleå

. It runs from the Port of Narvik to Riksgränsen on the Norway–Sweden border, where the line continues as the Ore Line (Malmbanan) via Kiruna and Gällivare to Luleå. The Ofoten Line is single track (single track (rail)), electrified at WikiPedia:Luleå Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Norrbotten County Localities Luleå Commons:Luleå


Harlow

at Kings Meads. The £3.6m two-mile bypass opened on 17 August 1976. At the north end of the bypass is the Wodson Park Sports Centre, with an athletics track, and Hanbury Manor, a hotel and country club. The former route of the A10 is now the A1170. The railway station (Ware railway station) is on the Hertford East Branch Line and operated by Greater Anglia and is only single track. junction destinations St Albans (St Albans, Hertfordshire) Watford br>

the opening of the M11 motorway in the 1970s, to larger towns in west Essex, especially Harlow and Brentwood. Local planning policies have focused increasingly on residential development, and Ongar, like very many of the smaller towns in the belt round London, can be viewed primarily as a dormitory town for commuters to London, Brentwood, Harlow and Chelmsford. However, the single track rail line that connected Ongar to Epping (and thereby to London) was closed down in 1994

very many of the smaller towns in the belt round London, can be viewed primarily as a dormitory town for commuters to London, Brentwood, Harlow and Chelmsford. However, the single track rail line that connected Ongar to Epping (and thereby to London) was closed down in 1994 (see below) and local area road development has not been a priority in recent decades. Ongar also retains a range of retail shops. Jane Taylor (Jane Taylor (poet)), the author of '' Twinkle Twinkle Little


Wadi Halfa

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Ulan-Ude

12.51 ;Abolished inhabited localities *Sokol, Republic of Buryatia, an urban-type settlement under the administrative jurisdiction of the city of Ulan-Ude, Republic of Buryatia; abolished in February 2010 Early life and career Omelianchik was born on January 2, 1970 or December 31, 1969 in Ulan-Ude, USSR). She was originally a figure skater, and participated in her first skating meet at the age of 6. She began gymnastics on the recommendation of her skating choreographer, who believed she had potential in the sport. "Oksana and gymnastics" Valentina Pozhilova,''Sport in the USSR,'' July 1986 She trained at the Spartak club in Kiev, where her coaches included Valentina Panchenko, Valery Tupitsy and Galina Perskaya. Biography and list of competitive results at Gymn-Forum In this area of plateaus, mountains, and river basins, the major cities—Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, and Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai)—are located along the Trans-Siberian Railroad. A branch line links Ulan-Ude with Mongolia and Beijing, China (People's Republic of China). There are hydroelectric stations at Bratsk, Krasnoyarsk, and Irkutsk. Coal, gold, graphite, iron ore, aluminum ore, zinc, and lead are mined in the area, and livestock is raised. Russia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-07


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