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Norway's Bold, Maybe Foolhardy Plan to Build the World's ...

At 165 feet tall and 188 feet wide, the proposed tunnel will be big enough for a 35-million pound ship to pass through.

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Yes, a 'Submerged Floating Bridge' Is a Reasonable Way to ...

If you want to drive the 680 miles from Norway's bustling southern port of Kristiansand to Trondheim in the north, be ready to spend 21 hours in the car. That's an average of 30 miles per hour, and you have the country's signature geological features to thank. The route, along highway E39, crosses ...

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Alaskan Way Viaduct - Follow Bertha

Follow Bertha Thank you for following Bertha. The SR 99 tunneling machine, nicknamed Bertha, has completed her work. For the latest tunnel progress, visit our new tracker page.

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The World's Largest EPB Shield Tunneling Machine | Hitachi ...

Bertha, the TBM manufactured and supplied by Hitachi Zosen to Seattle Tunnel Partners (STP) for the use of the SR 99 - Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project, has successfully completed boring of the tunnel.

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The latest Tweets from seattledot (@seattledot). Welcome to the Seattle Department of Transportation's Twitter! Follow us for breaking news, project updates, events, surveys, policy, advisories, blogs, & more.

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Alaskan Way Viaduct - Wikipedia

The Alaskan Way Viaduct is an elevated highway in Seattle, Washington built in three phases from 1949 through 1953 and opened on April 4, 1953. It features a double-decked elevated section of State Route 99 that runs along the Elliott Bay waterfront in the industrial district and downtown of Seattle.

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Big Bertha's Two-Mile Subterranean Journey Is Almost Over

More than 150 feet below the streets of Seattle, Bertha presses on, boring a 57.5-foot diameter tunnel underneath the city. The largest tunnel boring machine (TBM) in the world when it was built, Bertha weighs a gargantuan 6,700 tons and stretches 326 feet long. After getting stuck in late 2013 ...

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Bertha – The Tunnel is Finished, but Her Legacy Continues ...

The Tunnel Boring Machine ("TBM") known as "Bertha," built by Hitachi Zosen Corp in Osaka, Japan, was the world's largest TBM at 57.5 ft. in diameter.

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Gallery - Pacific Railroad Preservation Association

Historical timeline of railroads in Portland, OR, and the Pacific Northwest with emphasis on how the railways have affected the development of the region. Includes photos from multiple eras to illustrate important milestones and to provide a clear sense of the way things were and how they have changed.

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For waterfront revamp, Seattle weighs fees for downtown ...

Now that the machine nicknamed Bertha has completed its mission and set the stage for the tunnel to open later this year, the LID is back on the council's agenda.. The city's plans say the new waterfront, including rebuilt infrastructure and new amenities — will cost about $688 million, with $195 million coming from the city, $193 million ...

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Under Seattle, a Big Object Blocks Bertha. What Is It? - The ...

Dec 19, 2013 · In October, workers walked through the first rings of the highway tunnel being built under Seattle's waterfront toward the boring machine called Bertha.

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Mysterious 'unknown object' blocks progress of huge drilling ...

Seattle Tunnel Partners project manager Chris Dixon told the New York Times that he is confident the object is a giant boulder left behind by glaciers some 17,000 years ago.

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Andrea Bowers, Memorial to Arcadia Woodlands Clear-Cut, 2013, Metal, paracord, rope, wood, approx. 300 x Ø 170 cm / 118.1 x Ø 67 inches, Photo: Nick Ash

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Tunnel - Wikipedia

A major tunnel project must start with a comprehensive investigation of ground conditions by collecting samples from boreholes and by other geophysical techniques. An informed choice can then be made of machinery and methods for excavation and ground support, which will reduce the risk of encountering unforeseen ground conditions.

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Words and expressions for menstruation around the world Send contributions from any culture and language! Write as much as you know about the words, including

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Bowers, Andrea | Capitain Petzel

Andrea Bowers, Memorial to Arcadia Woodlands Clear-Cut, 2013, Metal, paracord, rope, wood, approx. 300 x Ø 170 cm / 118.1 x Ø 67 inches, Photo: Nick Ash

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Just how easy IS English paper piecing? It's easy. Really easy. And fun. Really fun. And portable. And pretty. Really pretty! Don't tell me you dislike hand piecing if you haven't tried English paper piecing (EPP), because it's tons more fun than regular hand piecing.

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Yes, a 'Submerged Floating Bridge' Is a Reasonable Way to ...

If you want to drive the 680 miles from Norway's bustling southern port of Kristiansand to Trondheim in the north, be ready to spend 21 hours in the car. That's an average of 30 miles per hour, and you have the country's signature geological features to thank. The route, along highway E39, crosses ...

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