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A petition calling on the council to "cease considerations of closing this much loved walking and cycling route" attracted 20,000 signatures within a week.Vinoba Bhave University Hazaribag, Jharkhand, came into being as a State owned University which provides both, teaching as well as affiliation to other colleges. Barmouth Bridge (Welsh: Pont Abermaw), also known as Barmouth Viaduct is a Grade II* listed single-track wooden railway viaduct across the River Mawddach estuary near Barmouth, Wales.The 699 metres (764 yd) crossing, which carries the Cambrian Line, opened in 1867.The north end by the swing bridge section is next to the rock of Figle Fawr at the base of the Rhinogydd Range of mountains and the river channel here can flow up to 9 knots (16.7 km/h).The first two spans here are built directly onto the rock. The nearest spanning the Afon Mawddach is a toll bridge at Penmaenpool about 5 miles (8 km) further upstream and permits vehicles up to 2.5 tonnes.On 13 April 1986, a British Rail Class 37 diesel locomotive number 37427 was named "Bont Y Bermo" to celebrate the (short-lived) re-introduction of locomotive-hauled trains following repairs in 1985–1986.Following major repairs the weight restriction was relaxed in 2005, and locomotive-hauled trains have again been allowed to cross.
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Gwynedd County Council has proposed closing the bridge to pedestrians and cyclists for cost reasons, as it needs to find £9 million worth of savings by April 2016.
The potential closure of the bridge is one of over 100 cost saving options totalling £13 million to be put to a public consultation in Autumn 2015; the council currently pays Network Rail £30,800 per year towards maintenance costs.
It was designed by Benjamin Piercy and Henry Conybeare in 1864, and opened on 10 October 1867.
Conybeare decided to construct the viaduct from timber as it would be cheaper to import by sea than iron.
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