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As such, this section's closest relatives are Lisbon’s Glória, Bica, and Lavra street funiculars.

Authority to build the tramway was granted by the Great Orme Tramways Act of 1898, and construction started in 1901.

However, it was City that made the all important breakthrough just a minute before the interval.

Half Time: Bangor City U19 1-0 Llandudno U19 Stung by the setback, Llandudno responded in emphatic style as they equalised within two minutes of the restart.

Good work down the right hand byeline saw a cross driven low and hard across the City goal and although Citizens keeper Leon Jones was able to parry the drive, winger Osian Jones was able to pounce on the loose ball ahead of the City defence to bring the two sides back on level terms.

This is Great Britain's only remaining cable-operated street tramway, and one of only a few surviving in the world, and it is owned by Conwy County Borough Council.

The line comprises two sections, where each section is an independent funicular and passengers change cars at the halfway station.

As the hour mark approached, right wing back Alex Boss broke at speed into the Llandudno box only to be up-ended to give the referee no option but to award a penalty to City.

Up stepped Sam Jones to send the spot kick low into the bottom right hand corner just beyond the grasp of the Llandudno guardian.

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Bangor City's Under-19 Development side extended their unbeaten WPDL run to six straight wins (dating back to mid-September) as they overcame a capable Llandudno outfit 3-1 on Sunday afternoon.

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