Summit Tunnel (Northwest end)
|Spon Lane Bridge||5¾ furlongs|
|M5 Motorway over Old Main Line (West end)||4½ furlongs|
|M5 Motorway over Old Main Line (East end)||2¾ furlongs|
|Summit Rail Bridge||¼ furlongs|
|Summit Bridge||a few yards|
|Summit Tunnel (Northwest end)|
|Summit Tunnel (Southeast end)||½ furlongs|
|Pump House (old line)||3¼ furlongs|
|Brasshouse Lane Bridge||3½ furlongs|
|Engine Arm Junction||5½ furlongs|
|Smethwick Top Lock||6 furlongs|
- Smethwick Galton Bridge railway station (Landmark, Train Station)
209 yards to the southwest.
- Dudley Port railway station (Train Station)
307 yards to the southwest.
- Smethwick Rolfe Street railway station (Landmark, Train Station)
977 yards to the southeast.
- The Vine (Pub, Barbecue Restaurant)
795 yards to the north.
- Beautiful world (National Park)
744 yards to the southeast.
- The Hawthorns (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1247 yards to the northeast.
- West Bromwich Albion Football Club (Sports Club, Sports Venue & Stadium)
1280 yards to the northeast.
- Gurdwara Baba Sang Ji (Sikh Temple)
483 yards to the south.
- Smethwick High Street (Shopping Mall)
544 yards to the south.
- West Smethwick Park (Park, Boating)
1122 yards to the southwest.
- West Midlands Fire Service Academy (Community & Government)
351 yards to the east.
- Aston Villa Stadium - Villa Park (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1125 yards to the northwest.
- Ivy Bush (Pub)
973 yards to the west.
- Harry Mitchell Leisure Centre (Sports Center)
1428 yards to the south.
- Sandwell Valley Swan Pool (Outdoors)
1298 yards to the south.
- Smethwick Police Station (Police Station, Train Station)
1339 yards to the southeast.
- The Red Fort (Pub, Barbecue Restaurant)
760 yards to the southeast.
- Island Inn (Lodging, Bar & Grill, Wine Bar)
1219 yards to the northwest.
Wikipedia has a page about Summit Tunnel
The Summit Tunnel in England is one of the oldest railway tunnels in the world: it was built between 1838 and 1841 by the Manchester and Leeds Railway beneath the Pennines. The tunnel is located between Littleborough and Walsden, Todmorden and created a vital gateway between Manchester and Leeds.
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