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|Entrance to the Channel tunnel on the English side. PassengerGoods terminal to the west.||07/12/2005||1,082|
|One of the Channel Tunnel Boring Machine on a roundabout near Calais||02/03/2008||392|
|Entrance to the Channel tunnel on the French side, near Calais.||01/28/2007||413|
|The Blackwall Tunnel Ventilation Towers, designed in 1961-62 by Terry Farrell while he was employed at the London County Councilís Department of Architecture, stand on each bank of the River Thames. The scheme comprised the ventilation buildings to the new Thames tunnel, and offices and workshops for the superintendent supervising tunnel entrances and the cladding selection for the tunnel linings.||12/18/2006||487|
|This is the tunnel between Sarnia, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan. It is a large-diameter tunnel designed to let oversized rail cars pass through (unfortunately, poor resolution in GE).||08/30/2005||432|
|The Huguenot Tunnel in South africa is 3.9 km length. The tunnel was finally opened on 18 March 1988.||02/28/2013||289|
|This a view of the Eisenhower Tunnel on the I-70 west of Denver, Colorado. It is the highest record automobile tunnel in the world at just over 11,000 feet in elevation.||08/14/2008||940|
|This is a wind tunnel at RAE Bedford that has been used for various aircraft development since the 1960's. It has since been used for F1 Race teams. It is known as the 13 x 9 tunnel as the working area measures 13ft x 9 ft cross section.||10/04/2005||503|
|The northern portal of Blisworth, second longest canal tunnel in England after Standedge Tunnel||09/16/2005||368|
|Stonecutters Bridge is a high level cable-stayed bridge which spans the Rambler Channel in Hong Kong, connecting Nam Wan Kok, Tsing Yi Island and Stonecutters Island. The bridge deck was completed on 7th April 2009, making this the second longest cable-stayed span in the world.|
The approaches at Tsing Yi and Stonecutters Island are located near Container Terminal 9 and Contain...
|Onera wind tunnel un Savoie, France.|
The big building is sub sonic wind tunnel as the smaller (left)is for hypersonic wind generation. The wind tunnel was originally built by Germany during WWII, and taken as war compensation by allied then built as identic in this valley.
|This is the wind tunnel at RAE Bedford (now Defence Research)where engine housings and wings were developed/tested for the Airbus. The building above with the seven cooling towers houses the Supersonic wind tunnel where Concord was developed. ||10/04/2005||417|