Always boring, never dull: Britain at cutting edge of tunnelling boom

Always boring, never dull: Britain at cutting edge of tunnelling boom

On June 4, 2015, the final inches of Crossrail’s train tunnels were dug by Victoria, one of eight 1,000-tonne tunnel boring machines which spent the past three years reshaping London’s underground pathways. But the completion of that massive, 26-mile dig is far from the end of a tunnelling boom in the capital and beyond.
© image courtesy of Crossrail
Source: The Guardian