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Gibraltar Tunnels

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Gibraltar Tunnels
Twneli Gibraltar
Location Map ( geo)
A40 Tunnel, Monmouth - Coppermine - 20495.jpg
Approaching the tunnel from the south
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Highway Authority
Welsh Government
Opening Date
Additional Information
Tunnel Type:  Bored Tunnel
On road(s)
A40 • A449
Crossings related to the A40

The Gibraltar Tunnels (more commonly referred to as the Monmouth Tunnels) are a pair of bored tunnels carrying the A40 through Gibraltar Hill near Monmouth. They were constructed in the late 1960s as part of the route linking the Midlands to South Wales.

The tunnels were opened as part of the Mitchell Troy and Gibraltar Diversion scheme on 30 June 1967 by Ifor Davies, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Wales (per the Cymru : Wales 1967 Report).

Gibraltar Tunnels
Related Pictures
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A40 Tunnel - Coppermine - 20496.jpgA40 Tunnel, Monmouth - Coppermine - 20495.jpgUnusual fork sign - Coppermine - 12375.JPGPassing through the Monmouth Tunnel - Geograph - 507776.jpgMonmouth tunnels on the A449 heading north - Geograph - 1105724.jpg

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