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Sunday, 9 March 2014

Sendall Tunnel in Grenada

The Sendall tunnel, This is one of the most interesting technical solutions of the 19th century. The Sendall tunnel was constructed for facilitate travel between alternate ends of the capital city of St. George's in 1894. The tunnel was name for Sir Walter Sendall, who was a Britsh Colonial Governor. The maximum height of the tunnel is 2.1 meres(7 ft) and it runs 103.6 meters (340 ft) Drilled though rock, it was considered quite a fete of architecture for its time. Both pedestrians and motorists use the tunnel, so watch out for pedestrians if you are driving though, there is no sidewalk available. Sendall Tunnel is a convinient way to travel from the town's market and port to the Carenage area.

Sendall Tunnel in Grenada


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Sendall Tunnel in Grenada
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Sendall Tunnel in Grenada
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Sendall Tunnel in Grenada
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Sendall Tunnel in Grenada
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Source —  Grenada | Travelgrenda

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