When did Penfield railway line end?
Penfield railway line ended in 1991.
The end of the railway line is called the terminus. It can also be called the terminal. It is the place where the line ends or terminates. Read More
Atlantic Short Line Railway ended in 1896. Read More
Cleveland Short Line Railway ended in 1915. Read More
Electric Short Line Railway ended in 1956. Read More
Shore Line Railway - Connecticut - ended in 1897. Read More
Usually the Terminus. A terminus is a dead-end station. If a Railway line ends by merging with another line, it is called a junction, for example 'Clapham Junction' in London. Read More
The motto of Penfield High School is 'We Are Penfield'. Read More
The address of the Penfield Public Library is: 1985 Baird Road, Penfield, 14526 1597 Read More
Truro is the busiest, also Liskeard, Par and St Erth which are railway junctions and Penzance, the end of the line. Read More
The phone number of the Penfield Public Library is: 585-340-8720. Read More
Railhead This can also be known as a Terminus. Read More
Sandringham railway line was created in 1857. Read More
Briagolong railway line was created in 1889. Read More