Channel tunnel passengers must wait

Hamer, M.
March 1992
New Scientist;3/7/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1811, p11
Reveals that passenger trains scheduled to travel through the Channel Tunnel when it opens next year will be delayed until June 1993. Freight trains are to be delivered on time: GEC-Alsthom, the firm building the trains, is also behind schedule on two prototype trains; Reasons for the delays.


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