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first crossrail tunnelling machine completes her journey

first crossrail tunnelling machine completes her journey

Download photos of the final tunnel section being built here Crossrail tunnelling machine Phyllis has finished the project’s first train tunnel 17 months after commencing her 42 mile 68 km journey from Royal Oak in west London and Farringdon in central London

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Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels
Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels

Oct 09 2013 · Crossrail engineers have completed the first tunnel under London It comes as a tunneling machine called Phyllis completes the stretch between Royal Oak and Farringdon a

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Crossrail reveals first completed train tunnel  Global
Crossrail reveals first completed train tunnel Global

Another 14 kilometres of new passenger platform and service tunnels are being constructed below the new Crossrail stations Phyllis is the first tunnelling machines to complete her tunnel construction with another three 1000 tonne 150 metre long tunnelling machines due to complete tunnelling at Farringdon in the coming year

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Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels
Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels

Oct 09 2013 · Crossrail engineers have completed the first tunnel under London It comes as a tunneling machine called Phyllis completes the stretch between Royal Oak and Farringdon a

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Crossrail tunnelling machine Jessica completes her journey
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Crossrail reveals first completed train tunnel  Global
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Another 14 kilometres of new passenger platform and service tunnels are being constructed below the new Crossrail stations Phyllis is the first tunnelling machines to complete her tunnel construction with another three 1000 tonne 150 metre long tunnelling machines due to complete tunnelling at Farringdon in the coming year

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Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels
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Oct 09 2013 · Crossrail engineers have completed the first tunnel under London It comes as a tunneling machine called Phyllis completes the stretch between Royal Oak and Farringdon a

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Crossrails fortnight of milestones  The Tunnelling Journal
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Crossrail tunnelling machine Jessica completes her journey
Crossrail tunnelling machine Jessica completes her journey

Crossrail’s tunnel boring machine Jessica has completed a new train tunnel from Limmo Peninsula near Canning Town breaking into Victoria Dock Portal in east London The 1000 tonne machine named after Olympic champion Jessica EnnisHill CBE completed her 900 metre journey in just 9 weeks travelling as far as 41 metres per day

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Crossrail completes first of new London train tunnels
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Oct 09 2013 · Crossrail engineers have completed the first tunnel under London It comes as a tunneling machine called Phyllis completes the stretch between Royal Oak and Farringdon a

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Phyllis has finished her job for Crossrail
Phyllis has finished her job for Crossrail

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Andy Mitchell Global Railway Review

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Crossrails fortnight of milestones  The Tunnelling Journal
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Now that Sophia’s journey has finished her sister Mary will shortly be launched from the Woolwich box to complete the final section of tunnelling on Crossrail’s southeast section With the arrival of TBM Jessica at Stepney an eighth tunnelling machine Ellie will commence her journey from Pudding Mill Lane to Stepney later this month

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Crossrail reaches Bond Street ITV News

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Crossrail tunnel reaches Bond Street London ITV News

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