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landslip

[′lan‚slip]
(geology)
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Four involve a retaining wall within the extent of the landslip and the fifth is a one km realignment of the A76 away from the fallen embankment.
The area, which has a long history of instability, saw another significant landslip in 2012.
MP for Rhondda, Chris Bryant said: "Whilst the landslip was an unforeseen incident, Arriva are to be found wanting for their lack of emergency planning for events such as these.
The landslip will affect stations at Ynyswen, Treorchy, Ton Pentre, Ystrad Rhondda, Llwynypia, Tonypandy and Dinas Rhondda.
David Symonds Associates were appointed to investigate the causes of the landslip and subsequently put forward remedial solutions.
It's with thousands of tonnes of earth had to be removed after high levels of rainfall caused the drainage to become overwhelmed, leading to the landslip.
Martin Frobisher, route managing director for Network Rail, said a train hit a landslip, resulting in a small section of the train leaving the tracks a few miles north of Watford.
Our priority was to make the landslip safe and fully re-open the railway as soon as it was safe to do so," he said.
The B6344 at Crag End, near Rothbury, was completely shut after a landslip on Boxing Day in 2012.
Because of these landslips, the surrounding area may well be very unstable.
I would like to thank passengers and the residents of Harbury for their ongoing patience while we x the landslip and carry out further repairs ahead of the re-opening.
Clr Dean Collins, deputy Cabinet member for jobs, economy and transport with Derbyshire, said: "A landslip underneath the road has caused subsidence which could be dangerous for road users.