§ Mr. VINCENT KENNEDY
asked the Postmaster-General the names by which the twelve important Irish telegraph circuits, carried partly in underground cables, are known, giving the lengths of the cables referred to?
§ Mr. HERBERT SAMUEL
The circuits and distances to which the hon. Member refers are:—
- Two London—Belfast circuits for 314½ miles each.
- One London—Waterford circuit for 146½ miles.
- One London—Dublin circuit for 43 miles.
- Two London—Cork circuits for 146½ each.
- One Leeds—Belfast circuit for 178 miles.
- One Manchester—Belfast circuit for 135 miles.
- One Glasgow—Dublin circuit for 182 miles.
- One Bristol—Cork circuit for 64½ miles.
- One Liverpool—Belfast circuit for 134 miles.
- One Edinburgh—Belfast circuit for 94½ miles.