The Thames Tunnel

Among London's many problems was travel between the two banks of the river Thames, which held important ports that could accept shipping coming up the river from the channel. Bridges would interfere with that important trade, so in the years of the 19th century engineers began to examine the only other option: instead of going over, going under the river.

Nov 4, 2022 | 17:55 | Josh Geiger

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