Mirror of Literature,  8 (1826), 178.

The Thames Tunnel

D J, Rotherhithe





    The writer observes: 'Among the numerous projects started by Joint Stock Companies, none appears so likely to transmit to posterity the daring ingenuity of the present generation as the Thames Tunnel; a work in which the boldest conceptions and the most novel ideas are united.' The article describes the tunnel, and the current state of work.

See also:

ML1/3/84/1, ML1/3/87/1

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