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CHUNNELChannel-Tunnel (tunnel in the channel between France and Great Britain)
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Bob Mendes, The Chunnel Syndrome (Pendulum, electronic publication).
Choice of transport: by air from Birmingham or East Midlands; Eurostar from London Waterloo; coach tour with local pick-up; self-drive Dover-Calais or by Chunnel from Folkestone.
I added a one-day-hop on the Chunnel to Brussels, with a quick train ride to Ghent where van Eyck's masterpiece The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb is in the Cathedral of St.
The chunnel has been built from the periphery, time to dig the connecting passageways from the center.
Could one expect to see the Chunnel approaches clogged with high-roof semi-trailers taking British snacks to an eager continental clientele?
and Europe used large-bore tunnelling technology perfected during the digging of the Chunnel linking Britain and France.
We have completed the M20, also the components of HS1 (the Chunnel, the electrified track, St Pancreas with rolling stock from France), so HS1 must have cost over PS70bn, yet Eurostar is supposed to be viable.
Amanda Richards On the HS2 rail scheme They're losing money on the Chunnel due to overestimating the amount passengers, I think this will be the same.
But there is finally some light at the end of the Chunnel in the form of The Bewitched Hands On The Top Of Our Heads, a six-piece band from Reims.
Europe minister Chris Bryant hit out at the Chunnel rail service on Twitter after two days of talks in Paris.
TORTUOUS JOURNEY: Graham Brown and Maureen Clark, of Holmfirth, made their way back from Skiathos after being stranded by XL; OPEN AGAIN: Chunnel services from St Pancras, London, have started again after last week's fire
The few remaining motorists waiting at the Chunnel entrance were given vouchers to board ferries at Dover last night.