The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 50 (1972) > Issues > Issue 8 > Discussion Structural Aspects of Submerged Tube Tunnel Construction by G.M.J. Williams and K.W. Inne
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Discussion Structural Aspects of Submerged Tube Tunnel Construction by G.M.J. Williams and K.W. Innes

Mr. Williams in introducing his paper quoted from an unpublished illustrated report on the first submerged tube tunnel under the River Thames at Rotherhithe which it was proposed to build in 1811 but was later abandoned because of differences among its promoters.