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Report - Connaught Tunnel. Silvertown, East London.

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by Black Shuck, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. Black Shuck

    Black Shuck 28DL Full Member
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    Aug 1, 2010
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    Connaught Tunnel is part of the North London Line from Stratford, serving the Royal Docks in the East of London, Silvertown especially. Built in 1886 as far as M02W and I can ascertain its not particularly long at around the 600 yard mark, but was a major Feat of Engineering considering its Location under the Albert Dock!. In fact the Tunnel had to be Reconstructed as Keels of Ships and Boats were Catching on the Bore!!. 148-1.jpg 151.jpg 152-1.jpg 153-1.jpg 156-2.jpg 158-2.jpg 161-2.jpg 168-2.jpg 171.jpg 173.jpg 177-1.jpg 186.jpg 188.jpg 196.jpg 204-1.jpg 209.jpg 212.jpg 211-1.jpg There we go, my first Rport, go easy on the Critique Guys.

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