Thames high-speed rail tunnel underway

July 2002
Professional Engineering;7/24/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p17
Trade Publication
Reports that a tunnel boring machine has began tunneling under the Thames in a major step towards the completion of Great Britain's first high-speed railway.


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