This category is for listing sites about the history of tunnel construction and the engineers that built the tunnels.
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Bridge and Tunnel Centres
Full text of this 1875 book by John B. McMaster.
The Hoosac Tunnel
Comprehensive range of commentary, data, history and construction images.
How the Swiss Built the Greatest Tunnel in the World
Short contemporary commentary by Francis Fox about the construction of the Simplon tunnel through the Alps completed in 1905.
London Transport History - Tunnelling
Illustrated commentary on tunnelling methods used in the 19th century.
Report of the Superintendent of the Sutro Tunnel Company
Full text of this document providing detailed reports from the heads of department for the year ending 1873.
The Severn Railway Tunnel
Extensive ten chapter history of the construction. Topics include highs and lows, tunnelling methods, and a collapse in the tunnel. Opened in 1886.
St. Clair Tunnel Company
Opened in 1891, running under the St. Clair River, which joins Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair. Includes short history, photographs, and references.
Construction history, restoration details and photo gallery of the longest, highest and deepest canal tunnel in Britain. First opened in 1811.
Facsimile of the letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the commission to examine and report upon the Sutro Tunnel, in Nevada. January 9, 1872.
Facsimile of the 1872 report of the commissioners and evidence taken by the committee on mines and mining of the House of representatives.
The Tunnel of Samos
Illustrated scholarly essay which discusses the theories about the methods of construction of this ancient water tunnel built in the sixth century B.C.. By Tom M. Apostol.
Tunnelling Against Time
Illustrated essay on the construction history of the Cascade mountains tunnel completed in 1929.
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