Official Channel Tunnel Factfile by Philip Clark
  

Synopsis

Official Channel Tunnel Factfile by Philip Clark

Chronicling the events as they happened, this is a history of the making of the Channel Tunnel. It contains information about Eurotunnel's 21st-century transport system, describes how the Tunnel was dug and how it operates, and talks to the men who have brought about this great feat of engineering. The book also includes information on the Shuttle - how it works and how to board it - the building of the Folkestone and Calais terminals whilst preserving the environment, and the Tunnel's role in the overall European transport system of the future.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: 6-12

Author

Philip Clark
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Publisher

Boxtree Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

28th February 1994

ISBN

9781852833572


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