Beach Road

Beach Road may refer to:

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List Of Road Routes In Rural And Remote Western Australia - State Routes
... Two digit route numbers that end in zero are the major road routes out of Perth, except for Route 10, which designates rural highway connections in the South West region ... Route Component Roads From Via To Length Notes Route 2 Mitchell Freeway Kwinana Freeway Forrest Highway Joondalup Perth Lake Clifton 139 km (86 mi) Route 3 ...
List Of Major Roads In Perth, Western Australia
... Route Tourist Drive Freeways, highways, and arterial roads in Perth, Western Australia form the basis of the road network inside the Perth Metropolitan Region ... Main Roads Western Australia controls and maintains all freeways and highways, as well as some arterial roads, collectively known as state roads ... The remaining roads are the responsibility of local governments ...
List Of Road Routes In Rural And Remote Western Australia - Tourist Drives
... you can help by expanding it Route Component Roads From Via To Length Notes Route 200 Kings Park Road Fraser Avenue Forrest Drive Lovekin Drive Poole ...
Beach Road, Melbourne
... Beach Road, is a bayside suburban coastal road in Melbourne, Australia ... Beach Road is extremely popular with cyclists ... While the Bayside Trail follows the road closely, cyclists with racing bicycles usually use the road itself ...
Martha's Vineyard (band) - History
... rooArt issued the self-titled album, Martha's Vineyard, and a single, "Old Beach Road", which were distributed by PolyGram Records ... "Old Beach Road" receivied airplay on both commercial and community radios stations, including 2JJJ, 3RRR and Triple M, reaching No ... Early the following year, "Old Beach Road" was also issued as a four-track 12" extended play of the same name for the European market ...

Famous quotes containing the words road and/or beach:

    [T]he temple through which alone lies the road to that of Liberty.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    The beach was crowded,
    people tossed like ripe corn,
    buttering themselves as they went
    and on the dunes thousands of crabs,
    moved their yellow eyes.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)