Cross-section showing impression of Marc Isambart Brunel's double arched masonry Thames Tunnel built 1825-1843. Originally a roadway, it is still used by electric trains between Whitechapel and New Cross, London. Woodcut, 1832.

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Cross-section showing impression of Marc Isambart Brunel's double arched masonry Thames Tunnel built 1825-1843. Originally a roadway, it is still used by electric trains between Whitechapel and New Cross, London. Woodcut, 1832. Stock Photo
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Cross-section showing impression of Marc Isambart Brunel's double arched masonry Thames Tunnel built 1825-1843. Originally a roadway, it is still used by electric trains between Whitechapel and New Cross, London. Woodcut, 1832.
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