View of Dawlish Tunnel from the station, Devon, c 1900.

View of Dawlish Tunnel from the station, Devon, c 1900.
2 8 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 20cm

Description

This section of track, on the Great Western Railway, runs along the sea front, and then through the cliff. Tunnels were dangerous to build, due to the risk of falling rocks or earth, as well as the danger of explosives from the use of gunpowder to loosen the earth and rock.

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