Lynton-Lynmouth Cliff Railroad in Exmoor National Park


An engineering marvel on the coast of Devon, England.  This cliff railroad has connected two towns since 1890.  Beyond is the Bristol Channel separating southwest England from Wales.  Spectacular scenery all around.  Exmoor National Park covers 267 square miles of coastline, villages, farmlands and moors (open fields).

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I am a professor of Political Science at Colorado Mesa University on sabbatical in the fall semester 2018. I study public land policy and a wide variety of other subjects. Currently I am studying about European Landscape Policies while on sabbatical. That is the focus of this blog.

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