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Sendall Tunnel, St. George's
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Connecting the east and west side of St George's, Sendall Tunnel runs through volcanic rock and stands out as an engineering milestone for its time. Engineers began constructing the tunnel during the 19th century, in commemoration of the island’s governor, Sir Walter Sendall. The tunnel is approximately 106 m (350 ft) and roughly 2.7 m (9 ft) high. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, St. George's holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Sendall Tunnel and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Was so surprised how how well done the job was on the Sendall Tunnel! Very nice to see!! It was so nice to see the update on the tunnel!
It is a very easy ways to go on and out of town because the hill is very steep. At least it has lights there and the car park easy access to the end .
Interesting tour couldn't believe how my people was actually traversing the tunnel tour guide explained all the history associated with the tunnel over great experience
The feeling of immanent danger make this passageway very exciting to traverse, but it's the fastest way.
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