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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channel_Tunnel

The Channel Tunnel is a 50.45-kilometre (31.35 mi) rail tunnel linking Folkestone , Kent, in the ..... In Britain, select committees examined the proposal, making history by holding hearings away from Westminster, in Kent. In February 1987, the ...

www.history.com/this-day-in-history/english-channel-tunnel-opens

On this day in History, English Channel tunnel opens on May 06, 1994. Learn more about what happened today on History.

www.eurotunnelgroup.com/uk/the-channel-tunnel/history

In 1802, French mining engineer Albert Mathieu-Favier put forward the first ever design for a cross-Channel fixed link based on the principle of a bored two-level  ...

www.thoughtco.com/the-channel-tunnel-1779429

Feb 24, 2017 ... The Channel Tunnel, completed in 1994, is considered one of the most ... For the first time in history, Great Britain and France were connected.

www.eurotunnel.com/uk/build

The Channel Tunnel is one of the biggest engineering projects ever undertaken in the UK. Taking more than five years to complete, with more than 13,000 ...

www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/france/articles/The-Channel-Tunnel-20-fascinating-facts

Dec 1, 2015 ... On the anniversary of the Channel Tunnel's breakthrough ceremony, here are a few things you probably didn't know about the modern wonder.

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Jul 23, 2016 ... The Channel Tunnel (French: Le tunnel sous la Manche; also nicknamed and shortened to Chunnel)[2][3] is a 50.5-kilometre (31.4 mi) rail ...

www.historyofbridges.com/facts-about-bridges/channel-tunnel

One of the seven modern wonders of the world – Channel tunnel between Britain and France has a much longer history than we could assume at first sight.

www.britannica.com/topic/Channel-Tunnel

Channel Tunnel. tunnel, Europe. Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. See Article History. Alternative Titles: Chunnel, Eurotunnel, Trans- Channel ...

www.bechtel.com/projects/channel-tunnel

The search for the best way to cross the English Channel was a dream until recently, when Bechtel built the undersea Chunnel between England & France.