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Last weekend contractor AW Lewis took advantage of an overnight track possession to lift into place the second of six, 41t corrugated steel arches being used to create a 110m long, twin bore railway tunnel as part of the £31M South Stockton Link project. The tunnels will carry the link road, under construction by Birse for client Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, over the Middlesbrough to Darlington Railway. The 15m span arches are the biggest ever to be used in the UK, and designer ...

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