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Tunnel tours feature in 2013 London Open House

Crossrail’s Liverpool Street and Thames Water’s Lee Tunnel will be two of the tunnelling project throwing open their doors to the public on 21 and 22 September this year.

Visitors will be able to see behind the hoardings and find out more about the schemes as part of the annual London Open House project where buildings not normally open to the public offer free tours.

Other tunnelling related sites that will be open as part of the initiative include Crossrail’s Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy and the Brunel Museum which will give visitors the chance to see the Thames Tunnel.

Opening times and more information about the events are available at www.londonopenhouse.org

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