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Secrets of Underground London - Original Narration

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This Documentary has been uploaded for educational purposes. No copyright infringement is intended. Original programme description: On the surface, London is a buzzing metropolis. But underneath lies secret, hidden worlds, all but forgotten by the millions of people above. These places make up the countless layers of London, and each tells a unique story of the city’s past - successes and failures; victories and tragedies. When the Romans founded settlements along the River Thames during the 1st century AD, they laid down the very first layer of one of the world’s greatest cities. Long buried pieces of the original Roman town still survive to this day – statues, walls, even an entire amphitheatre, where fierce gladiators once fought…and died for glory. London has seen more than its fair share of death over the centuries. The terrible Plague of the 14th century killed more than half of the population in just two years; and the devastating Great Fire of London in 1666 left vast swathes of the city’s timber framed buildings in ashes. These tragic events are forever carved into London’s subterranean landscape – gruesome plague pits filled with thousands of corpses, and eerie mines excavated for the materials to rebuild the city. But the Victorians were the true masters of the underground; from the creation of the first tunnel under a river to the foundation of one of the world’s most iconic public transport systems. While 19th century engineers believed no goal was out of reach, it often meant that the highest price was paid for by workers - many men tragically lost their lives building the wonders of the industrial age. During the German bombing campaign of London during WWII the underground played a role of life or death. Many railway or ‘Tube’ stations were transformed into huge air raid shelters, and top secret bunkers enabled Churchill’s government to fight the war from within the city. The Prime Minister even had a private underground restroom…hidden inside? A direct hotline to the White House! The Underground has always been the perfect place to store precious items; from the deep tunnel storage of priceless works of art during the war, to impenetrable vaults packed with silver. But the British Library stores a truly astonishing collection of nearly 1.5 million items, from modern novels to priceless historical documents, all available at the exact time a visitor wants it, whether they're coming from Notting Hill or Nantucket. In a city as densely packed as this, sometimes the only way for a building to develop is to build down – and that's exactly what the British Museum is doing. Surrounded by 300 year old buildings and containing the wonders of human civilization, any construction work here is a perilous operation. But four new subterranean levels will breathe a new lease of life into this 260 year old institution, paving the way for the next generation. Discover amazing hidden worlds of the past, present and future in Secrets of Underground London.
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Phra Alan James (4 days ago)
Absolutely amazing. As a born and bred Londoner there is just so much about the city that I didn't know. Thank you.
Henry Coats (3 months ago)
Great documentary. Love watching . Would love to see all these bunkers restored.
Gravity Boi (3 months ago)
My dad is told me to Watch this video
Kwa ndo (3 months ago)
Praising that dude for digging a tunnel, the people that showed will and stupidity is the people that dug the hole you british posh bastard. Those conditions were bad, today we talk about equality and we bitch about the little things meanwhile the people only 100 years ago had a harder life than we do today. Pay those fuckers some respect and don't fucking praise the rich fuck faces only.
Jibba Ellie (3 months ago)
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Branon Fontaine (3 months ago)
It's always overcast and cloudy and gloomy, what an absolute shithole, especially now since it's been overrun by subhuman muslims.....
408Magenta (3 months ago)
WHO is polishing all this silver???? Who?
Some poor S.O.B lol
408Magenta (3 months ago)
Churchill was in Coventry the fraud.
408Magenta (3 months ago)
Go to Besant's, "The History of London" (good audio book on youtube, well narrated). This is for Merika.
shane moore (4 months ago)
Capt. America didn't narrate this one
George Waring (4 months ago)
someone drops their wallet at 47:17
Jaime Bear (4 months ago)
always wonder what those those people looked like before they died and ended up in the plague pits
Dave Davies (4 months ago)
'Paddock' was designed in 1937. Churchill was not PM until 1940 so he could not have been responsible for its layout.
Mira Behn (4 months ago)
Fascinating.
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
The English should be sterilized at birth to save the world from more idiots just like the clowns over the Atlantic poorly educated yanks and English should have their nuts cut off
Terry Rainer (4 months ago)
If we are so poorly educated, how do you explain the fact that we can see your mistakes, in both grammar and punctuation, and you cannot?
Hey_ Joe (4 months ago)
Elvis is King!
flores last name (4 months ago)
Lol at 33:15, dramatic music while focus is on a sculpture horse weiner. And 52:21, some of the worlds greatest treasures. Great editor, bravo
Anonymous User (5 months ago)
Damn, I would so want to do the Ghost Challenge in the cave. I am not afraid of that it. But, I love all this history. Excellent documentary! Knew some of this but learned even more than I knew. :)
john barnes (5 months ago)
I remember arriving at Euston Station late one evening from Coventry having spent what seemed hours outside of London during an airaid, to be greeted by all of those people on the platform. I was seven years old.
DrQuadrivium (5 months ago)
Interesting but over-dramatic and overuse of the word, _"secret"._ Nothing in the documentary has been secret for many years. .
James James (5 months ago)
34:50 - A parrot repeats a widespread LIE ...  Winston Churcill did not stay in London whilst it was being bombed, instead the self-confessed Zionist fled from London, leaving his staff in danger ... jump to nine minutes and three seconds to hear David Irving's account in "Churchill's War" https://youtu.be/8qAdJTHQysI ... to hear what a COWARD Churchill was. Better still watch the whole speech by David Irving.
Chris E (5 months ago)
The tube, one billion people a year. Lol. Some people use the tube a few times a day. Fake stats fake Britain
Baby Boo (5 months ago)
I bet someone could find where that underground bunker is.
Mj (5 months ago)
My grandmother and her family were bombed out of their home three times in WWII...hard to imagine...
Howdy (5 months ago)
Thank you for the upload Paul Hicks. Watching + Enjoying from NSW Australia.
Raphael Andrews (5 months ago)
my god I used  to work in the book  storeage  we  called it "the book cellers"  I used to see  the tube trains going by.
Becky Shock (5 months ago)
Who would have thunk it?
chris stath (5 months ago)
London dont give a fuck about people just like USA welcome to the human race fuckers.
Libby Rees (5 months ago)
i really enjoyed this, very interesting
Waldos Video (5 months ago)
Bjørn CONTENT KING
William H. Baird (5 months ago)
The history of the London Underground specifically is fascinating. The Greatest City in the world!
Paul G (5 months ago)
Stalin had no bunker during WW2. There was one built in Samara, which would've become the capital of whatever was left of the USSR if Moscow fell, but Stalin never evacuated from Moscow. There was a bunker built after the war in Moscow for use in case of a nuclear strike, but that's 1950+. Stalin can be accused of many things, but cowardice isn't one of them.
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
That's not true there is a bunker in the ground of the Kremlin
sargo10000 (5 months ago)
Erer
Geraldine Murray (5 months ago)
What money? Where did you say the money goes? I live in Yorkshire and I can safely say. I do use the past and the social history. It will involve everyone's common interests
Andrew Lang (5 months ago)
Yawn. Londinistan is most certainly not the capital city of the British anymore. All it is is a money making business, screwing as much money out of tourists & foreigners it can. Very nasty place for real, British people.
Baa! (5 months ago)
Why do the British always say slave owners are some kind of hero?
louis barnes (6 months ago)
History classes involving the history of London, The pupils should just be shown this. Very educational.
eM Jot (6 months ago)
lol 40:22 lol I thought it was my guts
rand9all (6 months ago)
I think my house may be bombed. Doctor: probably a bit of tension, wtf
David Gunning (6 months ago)
Honeycombs vindaloo possibility
get in (6 months ago)
Aren't the people that work in the underground shops concerned about Radon exposure? You may just as well be smoking 3 packs per day.
andrew curran (6 months ago)
The horrific nazi bombing campaign? Not even a fraction as horrific as the allied bombing of Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Dresden, Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Tony Pate (5 months ago)
Any news on the "latest" figures on Dresden ?
Kevin Lawrence Taylor (7 months ago)
Very well done!
julie Wallis (7 months ago)
I thought gladiators were revered, respected, cosseted almost, not killed for entertainment. Kinda makes me question this programmes authenticity.
ihavescholiosis (7 months ago)
JACKY BOY YOUR FAMOUS OH MY GOD!
James Bond (7 months ago)
Soon they will use camels in the underground to appease the camel jockeys from the middle east and make them feel at home
tomstickland (7 months ago)
Like a lot of these documentaries it would be better with less music.
Betty Swallox (7 months ago)
brunel didnt dig tunnels or make bridges he just told other people how to
topopops (5 months ago)
He did
imforfun1 (7 months ago)
The British chicks are hot
Betty Boo (7 months ago)
No comment.......
Dank Side of the Moon (7 months ago)
Wow rich people have been pompous dickheads all throughout history
Robert Dawson (7 months ago)
I suspect the great fire was actually a public health blessing for London
Stephanie Tangen (6 months ago)
Robert Dawson. Yep, although this documentary talks about The Black Death, which was England’s / Europe’s first encounter with the bubonic plague in the 1300s, it fails to mention that the Great Fire of London of 1666 purged London of the Great Plague, thus making it the last round of the bubonic plague pandemics
401 Files (7 months ago)
I would love to explore these places. If anyone knows how please get in touch. Regards ben from 401 files
Scooter Tramp (7 months ago)
There is one thing that bothers me here and that is the expansion of the London Museum. As the waters rise due to global warming the levels of the Thames will rise in accordance. If you are going below the present levels of the Thames would it not be logical to assume that these areas will eventually start to flood? It seems to me that it would make more sense and be more cost effective to build storage on higher ground in the countryside where land pricing is less prohibitive than London and run public transportation to it via the existing rail system. For those who think that rising waters is preposterous, perhaps you should visit Florida and the other Gulf States. There is evidence of rising waters everywhere and there is little that can be done to stop it. The City of St. Augustine (The oldest City in North America.) is now facing flooding far more frequently than they have in the past and it only looks to get worse as time goes on.
Amber Branks (7 months ago)
I really enjoyed this! Thank you!
Justin Tyme (7 months ago)
the world of a lie , soldiers hitting wooden and metal sheets in the bunkers to scare the people into thinking there's a war out there
Lacee Beal (5 months ago)
Justin Tyme stupidly 😂
Darius Anderton (6 months ago)
although hard to explain all the blown up buildings the next morning
T H (7 months ago)
not really secrets anymore are they, mr. loudmouth
L (8 months ago)
SHOWS THAT THE ROYAL FAMILY WAS INVOLVED IN STEALING PRICELESS HISTORY AND DESTROYED WHAT WASNT NORMAL AND GOING WITH THEIR NARRATIVE. THEY PROBABLY SMUGGLED CHILDREN THRU THOSE TUNNELS .....................I BE THE ROYAL FAMILY STILL DOES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I WOULDNT BE SUPRIZED IF THEY HAVE A HUGE RITUAL SPACE UNDER LONDON FOR CHILD SACRAFICE !!!!!! THEYVE BEEN KILLING AND MOLESTING CHILDREN FOR OVER 1000 YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE VATICAN IS APART OF IT TOO. THE POPE WAS BUSTED FOR RITUALS OF THE 9 CIRCLES !!!!!!! CHILD SACRIFICE !!!!! THE QUEEN MOTHER IS PRESENT EVERY ONE OF THEM TOO.......................................THE QUEEN MOTHER IS THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DIANA FOUND OUT THEIR SECRETS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THEY WORKED AND FUNDED AND WERE NAZIS AND ALSO CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING !!!!! ITS ALL REAL AND HAS NOW COME OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ben king (8 months ago)
Must of been really disorienting down there with no day light and the acoustics
Netty Voyager (8 months ago)
120 feet deep what was below that level ? you could clearly see it ,and how deep does London go ?
fimbles101 (8 months ago)
Amazeballs!! I hope they bury, Burn or reintroduce the plague to the rest of london ASAP!
Ian Clark (8 months ago)
In the interests of inclusivity, equality and diversity let's just quantify the number of women, people of colour, transgender, non- binary, homosexual, insert your chosen victim group here etc etc etc people actual made this happen. Would that be the square root of fuck all? Erm, yes it would!!!!
Ronijb (8 months ago)
Some of the artifacts found down there are so rare, They've even found a remnant of the last *Trophy* West Ham F.C ever *Won* I know people will say *History* doesn't go back that far _But_ it's *True* 😀
chasendash Green (8 months ago)
Very interesting video indeed , hope London does not implode one day with those u/ground tunnels and rooms..
Adam Smythe (8 months ago)
I performed at the amphitheatre in my previous life as a travelling troubadour circa 400BC. Tough crowd. Was fortunate to escape wth my life.
James A (1 day ago)
Now you just check the circumference of cocks of your local trannys. Somebody has to do it, but we weren't expecting such an eager volunteer as you! We appreciate your YEARS of service.
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
You were my warm up act. I was a star in Roman circles
Peter Roberts (8 months ago)
was at chiselhurst caves last week they do guided tours every hour during the day well worth a visit
evilwarcow (8 months ago)
Those bones in boxes. I wish I had the probes that would both go through time and mind probe the people who they belonged to so to obtain information of their names and their birth and death and who their parents were with all the information of them. And have time trackers on them so that I could know who they were and even what their profession was. This way, I would be down there with a sharpie labeling the boxes with all the information on them. And get a family tree put together and find their descendants and give them all the good information so that they may know their roots and such.
No Neck (7 months ago)
Uh yeah.....have you looked on Ebay?
Stephen Hughes (8 months ago)
Really interesting video... but as a thought, I suppose with all the British History and skeletons I suppose an antidote has been created to the Black Death ? After close to 200 Million deaths we must have covered our backs as it were ?
vice1337 (7 months ago)
Antibiotics but yup "Several classes of antibiotics are effective in treating bubonic plague. These include aminoglycosides such as streptomycin and gentamicin, tetracyclines (especially doxycycline), and the fluoroquinolone ciprofloxacin." (the bubonic plague is the black death and black plague)
Walt Williams (8 months ago)
London predates the Romans. London is Celtic in origin.
+topopops Londonistan is Arabic 🤣🤣🤣
topopops (5 months ago)
It’s actually Arabic
+Dee Daa οκ
Dee Daa (5 months ago)
+ΒΗΜΑ ΤΗΣ ΑΜΕΣΗΣ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑΣ London oe Llindin: It means holy pool. The shoals at the traitors gate near the tower of London are the actual site.
What means London in Celtic language ?
K A (8 months ago)
A really unique, detailed program about the current and past history of London; truly amazing with the wide range of times, places and subjects covered. KA
woden20 (8 months ago)
Vergeltungswaffen V1's on London stands for Vengeance weapons, after 3 months of Churchill bombing German cities while Germany stuck to the rules of engagement, nice one Churchill, not his family in London, neither was he... War Hero, my ass. Great upload very enjoyable, thank you.
Linda Jones (5 months ago)
GERMANY STUCK TO THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT YOU BOMBED THE EAST OF LONDON TO THE GROUND, ALSO COVENTRY, INCLUDING ITS MAGNIFICENT CATHEDRAL NOTHING LEFT OF COVENTRY , LIVERPOOL , THE SOUTH COAST , SOUTHAMPTON BURNT TO THE GROUND ., FIRES RAGING FOR TWO HALF WEEKS .CAITHNESS, WREXHAM ,BIRMINGHAM , BRADFORD , ETC LET US OF COURSE NOT FORGET HOLLAND,< ROTTERDAM > BURNT TO THE GROUND FIRES RAGING FOR WEEKS , AND BY GOD YOU HAVE THE DAM NERVE TO SAY GERMANY STUCK TO RULES OF ENGAGEMENT . AND NOW POLAND WARSAW . BOMBED TILL THERE WAS NOT A BRICK LEFT A HUGE MAGNIFICENT CITY WHERE HOUSES WERE DELIBERATELY TARGETED . AND WHEN THE PEOPLE TRIED TO ESCAPE THEY WERE GUNNED DOWN BY MACHINE GUNS FROM THE PLANES THAT BOMBED THEM . YES YOU CERTAINLY KNOW HISTORY DON,T YOU PRETENDING THE GERMANS WERE PERFECTLY GENTLEMAN WHEN IT CAME TO WAR . 6 MILLION JEWS GYPSY,S AND THE INSANE MURDERED WITH A DELIBERATE PLAN OF HATRED AND CONTEMPT. IN THE STUPID BELIEF THAT THE GERMAN PEOPLE CAME FROM A SUPERIOR RACE <THE SUMERIANS > BOW YOUR HEAD IN SHAME AND READ HISTORY ABOUT WHAT YOU DID YOU STARTED THE WAR BY INVADING POLAND .WE HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO GO TO THEIR AID . MY FATHER GAVE 6 YEARS OF HIS LIFE TO WW2 AND DID NOT SEE HIS FIRST BORN SON UNTIL HE WAS 4 YEARS OLD , HE WAS THERE AT DACHAE , COULD NEVER SPEAK OF WHAT HE SAW YET AT THE END OF THE WAR , HE WAS MADE TO STAY IN GERMANY FOR ANOTHER 2 YEARS TO RE BUILD YOUR PORTS SO RARE WAS THE JOB HE DID , THE GERMAN PEOPLE WERE VERY GOOD TO HIM . BUT HE NEVER FORGOT THE HORROR OF WAR
Candy extreme (8 months ago)
I wonder why most died from the plague but some actually survived it. Americans can't tell English history,they always get it wrong. It was the Georgian era NOT Victorian.
Joanna Mallory (8 months ago)
*sigh* I have no problem with people pointing out mistakes made in programs(Lord knows they happen EVERYWHERE)but making it personal is ridiculous. Saying things like that is just evidence of a personal prejudice that is both irrational and ugly. People in glass houses and all that.....
Richard Crowley (8 months ago)
The narrator sounds exactly like Laurence Fox (DI James Hathaway on Inspector Lewis). But the end-credits say it is Samuel West.
360def (8 months ago)
These tunnels need to be repair and used for nuclear war
Wild Bill (5 months ago)
Given the power of modern nuclear weapons these tunnels wouldn't stand a chance. Given the choice of being buried alive or vaporized I think I will take being vaporized.
ivor nappinion (8 months ago)
Brilliant race the Romans
sockington1 (8 months ago)
get rid of those fucking captions - I know what I'm watching you toss pots
hytlerson (8 months ago)
43:00 bunker's still there is a testament to the engineers..? you seen the pyramids bro?
ABM W (8 months ago)
great
Larry Quisno (8 months ago)
Talkkkkkkkkkkkk
Michael Stevens (8 months ago)
I wonder if old Thatchers bones are stored in the vault?
flashstudiosguy (8 months ago)
I have lived in London for years......and I did not know HALF of this stuff existed RIGHT BELOW MY FEET!
Kevin Cozens (8 months ago)
Interesting program yet there is more they could have covered. This program mentioned nothing about the underground postal railway, for example.
Lemma01 (8 months ago)
42'10 - the wartime armed services chiefs were apparently worried about there being a mole underground...
Tim McGee (8 months ago)
What's "Original narration" mean?
Alan Adams (9 months ago)
Speed and power solve many things
Michael Archuleta (9 months ago)
I am an American who loves and respects his British cousins - like most Americans we are highly fond of our former enemies, and now, most valuable allies. You do not hear Americans criticizing the British about their language or their culture or their eating habits or their intelligence levels... yet in every single comments section on a youtube video you will see comment after comment after comment of some British twat who has to make a snide remark about the intelligence of Americans or the eating habits of Americans or this or that... what's with the inferiority complex, we speak the same language and live by pretty much the same laws and have a very similar way of life and culture - many of us have ancestry dating back to England itself. There's a million and one things I could say about the British and their way of life and their repulsive personal hygiene and I could ask if anyone in England ever cleans their home etc etc but what's the point of that, can't we just all get along, fellow English speakers, in a world where violent radical religions are out to destroy English speakers? I prob answered my own question... =/
Gorgon Don (3 months ago)
Michael Archuleta - Yeah but, americans are stupid.
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
+topopops Where my father is from in L.A. is an utter shithole. Florence Firestone it looks like a town in Afghanistan is that ugly
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
+Lord Nose Not just L.A. all major cities are shitholes. Detroit is a proper shithole so are parts of New York. The southern states are worse that a nuclear bomb still wouldn't make them look nice
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
+Gien Bot He's a typical badly educated yank what do you expect from his kind
COASTA LOECSTA (4 months ago)
What the fuck You even taking about idiot brains! You haven't been in an English home have you to make that assumption! Typical poorly educated yank who knows fuck all
stnicholas54 (9 months ago)
Amphitheatre ? Gladiators fighting to the death ? Sheer guesswork. For all they know it could have been a marketplace hawking cabbages.
RugbyHaus (10 months ago)
Awesome video thanks for posting
hourlynewscaster (1 year ago)
What a sensational and well-made documentary. Great narration, wonderful photography. Thanks.
Peter Cook (4 days ago)
ABSOLUTELY FASCINATING.TRULY A GREAT DOCUMENTARY. WHAT ELSE IS THERE TO BE DICOVERED UNDER THE STREETS OF THE GREATEST CITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM¿???WHO KNOWS!!
Gakell (1 year ago)
The dumbass at 14:30 probably just got spooked and ran out into the dark and smashed himself against a wall or pillar or something. The guy in the previous scene literally said that it's pitch black, with only one small light source, sensory deprivation can set in down there pretty easily.
RicTic66 (1 year ago)
The fact London has been there for over 2000 years and England hasn't been invaded for 1000 years makes it unique in world capital cities. There is so much history from Celtic Bronze/ Iron Age artefacts found in the River Thames to Roman tombs and temples discovered every time someone digs new foundations in The City. Medieval architecture/ plague pits lol The first modern sewage system in the world built in 1870 and still working without fault and guaranteed for a 1000 years. The first and longest subway/underground railway in the world. The most exiting city in the world with 1000s of songs, plays, books and films made about it. As Samuel Johnson said: When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. ps I'm a Londoner so just a little bias :)
Mickey de W (5 months ago)
RicTic66 Be as proud as you need to be, but don’t forget the Glorious Revolution when some of our people not only invaded London, but also claimed the Throne.
chanctonbury63 (1 year ago)
At exactly 47.17 you can even watch someone drop their wallet and walk on.
Marine Comm (1 year ago)
International borrowing at the British Library? Very interesting indeed. Soon, my power level will be over 9000!!!!
Ted thesailor (1 year ago)
A long and lavish programme, but it missed an awful lot of subterranean London, not least of which was Mr Basalgette's great contribution - the mighty London sewage system. An absence that's quite unforgivable. Then there is the Eisenhower Centre between Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street, another WW2 deep bunker intended for `Ike' (now used as a private archive storage facility). Of course, there's Brunel's Rotherhithe Tunnel and the Blackwall Tunnels, the Greenwich Foot Tunnel, the Royal Mail Tunnel and a host of other troglodytic delights. Thanks for sharing it with us, but no cigar for the makers.
Ian McGreevy (4 months ago)
Brunel tunnel at rotherhithe is called “Thames tunnel” to avoid confusion with the later road rotherhithe tunnel.
Darius Anderton (6 months ago)
Yes, the sewer system. "The Great Stink of 1858" has to be the most humorous name for a historic event that I have ever heard.
Chris Pascoe (1 year ago)
WoW.......... I wonder what archaeologists of the future would make of all this if records of what lay under London were lost or destroyed.
Colin Stepney (1 year ago)
Why is it that amazing historical location are plagued by ignorant idiots who believe in unsubstantiated bullshit about supernatural powers?
Victor Hayes (1 year ago)
I found it.
cd0u50c9 (1 year ago)
Great documentary, however a few things don't add up: When building the tunnel, at 20:51 it is mentioned that the lavish dinner party was held in November 1827, which is before the flood of the tunnel in January 1828, when the workers drowned (mentioned at 20:15) - so how could the reason to convince people to carry on with the project be before the tragedy that caused the doubts? Also, separate question - how the hell did they empty the tunnel of water once it got flooded? Generally fascinating stuff!
Definitely worth a watch.Thanks.
Random Railfan (1 year ago)
23:08 Is that a book that floats past him?

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