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Tunnel construction under Mälaren lake - first 100 m
Sweden

The City Line is a project to bore a new 6 km rail tunnel under central Stockholm between Tomteboda, northwest of the city, and Stockholm South station.

This tunnel has been shown by Banverket ( that is holding this project )

partly because daily blasts are a serious concern for people living around the place .

I can hear very clear explosions even imn my apartment  about 300 m straight line away .

Copyright: Jann lipka
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Geüpload: 23/05/2009
Geüpdatet: 18/02/2012
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Tags: stockholm; sweden; construction; citybanan; railway; tunnel
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