The Tunnel Through Time review á 3

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The Tunnel Through TimeIt is the largest building project in Europe today buried deep beneath the city of London The great scheme for Crossrail offering high speed links across the capital has been a dream on planners’ desks The Tunnel eBook #10003 for decades but construction is now well under way with tunnelling and earth shifting machines moving slowly but inexorably like underground monsters from separate directions to their fin. Generally a good read with some interesting and enjoyable vignettes of London history Rather a lot about the village of St Giles and sundry graveyards while there is not enough flesh on the bones of other parts It feels to me like a slightly lumpy mixture of archaeology architecture and social history

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E route of the new line including the thrilling archaeological obstacles it encounters to reveal the city’s history through the events buildings and lives of the Londoners who have witnessed change across the centuries Crossrail is just the latest audacious scheme to have visited the ancient sites of London over hundreds of years – and Gillian Tindall is the perfect writer to describe this major transformati. It was a nice read about the history of some of the places the crossrail is going through Some of the place described where places i am not familiar with a were of lesser interest to me

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The Tunnel Through Time review á 3 ë [Reading] ➿ The Tunnel Through Time By Gillian Tindall – Eyltransferservices.co.uk It is the largest building project in Europe today buried deep beneath the city of London The great scheme for Crossrail offering high speed links across the capital has been a dream on planners’ de It is the larAl meeting point As evidence of the line surfaces behind screens in the heart of London spectators get to gaze down into immense holes where thousands of engineers are at workFocussing in on key Crossrail stations – Stepney Whitechapel Liverpool Street Farringdon Tottenham Court Road alias St Giles in the Fields and the route along Oxford Street alias the Way to Oxford and also Tyburn Gillian Tindall traces th. 710 an interesting read with many of the streets mentioned being very familiar to me on my trots around London