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'''Clifton Down Tunnel''' is 1751 yards long. Halfway along its length there is an opening into a cave that exits half way up the cliffside of the [[w:Avon Gorge|Avon Gorge]].
 
'''Clifton Down Tunnel''' is 1751 yards long. Halfway along its length there is an opening into a cave that exits half way up the cliffside of the [[w:Avon Gorge|Avon Gorge]].
 
== Gallery ==
 
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Image:CliftonDownTunnel1930s.jpg|The ventilation shaft nearest Bristol Zoo in the 1930s complete with castellations.
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Image:Clifton Down Tunnel1.jpg|The Clifton entrance to the tunnel.
 
Image:Clifton Down Tunnel1.jpg|The Clifton entrance to the tunnel.

Latest revision as of 17:19, 21 June 2012

<googlemap lat="51.460318" lon="-2.625389"> 51.46775, -2.625904, Clifton Down Tunnel </googlemap>

To Bristol: St Johns Road
To Avonmouth: The Knoll

History

Clifton Down Tunnel is 1751 yards long. Halfway along its length there is an opening into a cave that exits half way up the cliffside of the Avon Gorge.

Gallery