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  1. Holyhead railway station ( Welsh: Gorsaf reilffordd Caergybi) serves the Welsh town of Holyhead ( Welsh: Caergybi) on Holy Island, Anglesey. The station is the western terminus of the North Wales Coast Line 1051⁄2 miles (170 km) west of Crewe and is managed by Transport for Wales Rail. It connects with the Port of Holyhead ferry terminal.

  2. 5. South Holyhead and Kingsland 72 6. Porth y Felin and North Holyhead 75 7. Salt Island and the Inner Harbour 80 8. The Outer Harbour, Soldier’s Point and the North Shore 83 9. London Road 86 10. Turkey Shore and Morawelon 88 Statement of Significance 90 Selected Sources 91 Endnotes 92 1. Tithe map of Holyhead, about 1840 2.

  3. 53.316198 -4.662541. 1 Holyhead Breakwater Country Park. Nature trails, lake and cliff scenery. 53.316672 -4.635792. 2 Holyhead Maritime Museum, Newry Beach, LL65 1YD, ☏ +44 1407 769745. 53.3114 -4.63252. 3 St Cybi's Church. mediaeval church. The original church was constructed at Holyhead around 540 AD by St Cybi, a cousin of St David.

  4. 29 de nov. de 2022 · Although it is the largest town in the county, it is neither the county town nor actually on the island of Anglesey. In fact, it is located on Holy Island which is connected to Anglesey by Four Mile Bridge, so called because it is four miles (6 km) from Holyhead on the old post road from London, and a causeway (known locally as "the cob").

  5. Holyhead (en gallois : Caergybi) est une communauté et un port britannique, situé sur Holy Island, au nord du pays de Galles et à l'ouest de l' île d'Anglesey . Cette ville est située à l'extrémité de la route A5, ancienne voie romaine modernisée par l'ingénieur Thomas Telford, menant à Londres par le pont de Menai .

  6. › en › HolyheadHolyhead - Wikiwand

    Holyhead is the largest town and a community in the county of Isle of Anglesey, Wales, with a population of 13,659 at the 2011 census. Holyhead is on Holy Island, bounded by the Irish Sea to the north, and is separated from Anglesey island by the narrow Cymyran Strait and was originally connected to Anglesey via the Four Mile Bridge.

  7. Holyhead Hotspur Football Club ( Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Hotspur Caergybi) is a football club based in Holyhead, Anglesey. They currently play in the Ardal NW, the third tier of the Welsh football pyramid. The team's first choice strip is burgundy shirts, burgundy shorts and white socks.