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WAPPING TUNNEL

Gallery 3 - 2012

[Source: Paul Wright]

Looking east towards Edge Hill from inside the wapping tunnel on 14 October 2012:
Photo by Nick Catford


Looking north on 14 October 2012 from the 1895/6 cutting that was created just to the east of Wapping Goods station. The middle bore was the original 1829 Wapping tunnel.
Photo by Nick Catford


The Wapping signal box seen on 14 October 2012.
Photo by Paul Wright


Members of Subterranea Britanicca standing beneath the Crown Street sir shaft of the Wapping tunnel on 14 October 2014.
Photo by Chris Iles


Looking towards the Wapping tunnel east portal from Chatsworth Street cutting on 14 October 2014. The Wapping tunnel is the centre portal. To the right is the 1829 Crown Street tunnel and to the left the 1849 Crown street tunnel.
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Looking east towards the 1895/6 cutting from inside the 1829 Wapping tunnel on 14 October 2012. Before 1895 the tunnel would have continued unbroken through to Edge Hill.
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A view looking north-west from inside the northern 1895/6 tunnel at Wapping Goods station
on 14 October 2012.
Photo by Nick Catford


Looking west towards Wapping from inside the wapping tunnel on 14 October 2012.
Photo by Nick Catford


The western end of the Wapping tunnel was partly filled with rubble in the 1970s. In this view from 14 October 2012 the rouble is clearly seen.
Photo by Nick Catford

The eastern portal of the 1885/6 southern Wapping goods station tunnel seen on 14 October 2012.
Photo by Nick Catfordt

Gallery 1 - 1828 to 1957

Gallery 2 - 1974 to 2011

Gallery 4 - 2014

Gallery 5 - The Ventilation Shafts

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[Source: Paul Wright]




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