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|The southern portal of Blisworth Tunnel, just outside Stoke Bruerne.||09/16/2005||261|
|Based in an old corn mill, half kilometre south of Blisworth Tunnel.||09/16/2005||233|
|The southern entry to the foot tunnel, built 1902. The shadow of Sir Alex Binnie's domed structure can be seen clearly on the Thames. The Isle of Dogs dome is almost (but not quite) due North.||09/15/2005||268|
|The entrance to the Holland Tunnel in Jersey City, NJ. If you scroll north a couple of blocks, you will see the tunnel exit.||08/05/2005||391|
|Cheyenne Mountain, North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) headquarters.
View includes the Cheyenne Mountain Airforce Station (CMAFS, NORAD) entrance tunnel. On any given day, approximately 1,400 people work in the base inside the Mountain (they enter through the tunnel you can see, or other tunnel entrances). Note several "blacked out" areas around the base and the mountain i...
|The Blackwall Tunnel Ventilation Towers, designed in 1961-62 by Terry Farrell while he was employed at the London County Council’s 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.||12/17/2006||417|
|A container train on the Sydney-Brisbane main line emerging from the tunnel on the Queensland border.|
Just south of here, unfortunately out of the hig resolution area, is the spiral used by north bound trains to gain height.
|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||357|
|The Huguenot Tunnel in South africa is 3.9 km length. The tunnel was finally opened on 18 March 1988.||02/28/2013||120|
|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.||08/13/2008||876|
|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||422|
|George's Dock Ventilation and Control Station at the Pier Head for the Birkenhead Tunnel.|
The Tunnel was eventually brought into use on 17 December 1933, with an official opening on 18 July 1934.