Jersey, the largest of the Channel islands, had two separate railways running along its south coast from St. Helier, one to the east and another to the west. The first was opened in 1870 and the last train ran in 1936. Much of the track-bed still exists and provides a very popular walk on the island. Here we see ‘Calvados’ with Mont Orgueil (Gorey Castle) in the background.
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