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Vingtaine de Samarès

La Vingtaine de Samarès
Vingtaine
Samarès Manor in 2011
Samarès Manor in 2011
La Vingtaine de Samarès is located in Channel Islands
La Vingtaine de Samarès
The vingtaine shown within the Channel Islands
Coordinates (Samarès Manor):
Crown Dependency Jersey, Channel Islands
Parish Saint Clement, Jersey

Vingtaine de Samarès is one of the three vingtaines of the Parish of St. Clement in Jersey, Channel Islands.[1]

It takes its name from the salt marsh[2] that used to occupy much of the area of this low-lying coastal vingtaine.

Samarès used to be served by the Jersey Eastern Railway. The local train station was opened on 7 August 1873, and closed on 21 June 1929. The station building still exists, and is now a private house.[3]

Places in the vingtaine

See also

Footnotes and references

  1. ^ ISLAND PLAN 2002: CHANGES TO BUILT-UP AREA BOUNDARY (P.77/2005) – SECOND AMENDMENT (P.77/2005 AMD.(2))– COMMENTS
  2. ^ "Claim by an individual concerning the drainage of Samarès Marsh". 
  3. ^ "Samarès Station". Disused Stations. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  4. ^ "Samares Primary School". Vle.jeron.je. Retrieved 2012-10-09. 
  5. ^ "Le Dolmen de Mont Ube". 


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