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Channel Tunnel - Wikipedia

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The Channel Tunnel is a 50.45-kilometre (31.35 mi) rail tunnel linking Folkestone , Kent, in the .... After the fall of France, as Britain prepared for an expected German invasion, a Royal Navy offic...

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Apr 15, 2009 ... More videos and photos on PHOTOSFROMLONDON.COM. Crossing the English Channel between France and the UK in the Eurotunnel under ...

The Channel Tunnel: 20 fascinating facts - Telegraph

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Dec 1, 2015 ... In 2014 a record 21 million passengers were transported between Britain and France using the tunnel - up from 7.3 million in 1995, its first full ...

How the Channel Tunnel was Built - Eurotunnel Le Shuttle

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Taking more than five years to complete, with more than 13,000 workers from England and France collaborating to realise the vision, the tunnel has been named ...

Eurotunnel: Faster Than A Ferry To France - Folkestone to Calais

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Operator of the high speed transport system which links the UK to France through the Channel Tunnel.

Chunnel - trains, tickets, fares, booking for Channel Tunnel trains

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Chunnel is the short name often used for the Channel Tunnel. The Chunnel runs from Folkestone in the south of England, to Calais in northern France.

Channel Tunnel | tunnel, Europe | Britannica.com

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Jul 29, 2015 ... Channel Tunnel, also called Eurotunnel, rail tunnel between England and France that runs beneath the English Channel. The Channel Tunnel ...

10 Fascinating Facts About the Chunnel | Mental Floss

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May 6, 2015 ... Before the tunnel in the English Channel was finished in 1994, anyone who wished to get from England to France had to endure a 90-minute ...

English Channel tunnel opens - May 06, 1994 - HISTORY.com

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In a ceremony presided over by England's Queen Elizabeth II and French President Francois Mitterand, a rail tunnel under the English Channel was officially ...

Seven Wonder of the Modern World: Channel Tunnel

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In 1802 a French mining engineer named Albert Mathieu had a wonderful idea. After years of war between France and England the two European powers were ...