It is said that one of the problems of Channel Tunnel construction was that the British thought they were building a tunnel that just happened to contain a railway. The French, thinking more realistically, saw themselves as building a railway which just happened to need a tunnel. Luckily, this was a lesson that Crossrail took on board at a relatively early stage. “Both Operations and Maintenance have been involved in the project almost since day one,” Explained Crossrail Systems Director Siv ...
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