Just like the chunnel
, this system isn't permanent.
Projects like the Chunnel
, the Great Belt link between eastern Denmark and continental Europe, and the Oresund link between Sweden and Denmark support the desire to create a "zero-friction" economy--one in which people, goods, and ideas move freely, regardless of geography, the authors note.
's promoters were aware of the vulnerability of the political and financial windows of opportunity.
It is time now to take the train back to Brussels and board the Eurostar for the two hour and forty minute return ride through the Chunnel
to London, a short interlude of solitude and introspection, a reaffirmation of faith, solace, and spiritual growth before returning to the busy world again.
The men managed to sneak past security staff in France as hundreds of migrants made a dash for the Chunnel
to reach Britain.
The Port of Dover said the motorway was closed coastbound between junctions 8 and 11 following the problems at the Chunnel
and high volumes of freight traffic.
Amanda Richards On the HS2 rail scheme They're losing money on the Chunnel
due to overestimating the amount passengers, I think this will be the same.
But there is finally some light at the end of the Chunnel
in the form of The Bewitched Hands On The Top Of Our Heads, a six-piece band from Reims.
TORTUOUS JOURNEY: Graham Brown and Maureen Clark, of Holmfirth, made their way back from Skiathos after being stranded by XL; OPEN AGAIN: Chunnel
services from St Pancras, London, have started again after last week's fire
complex, opened by the Queen in 1994, is made up of a north and south tunnel, with a third service tunnel used for the emergency evacuation.
For plane-phobes like me, Eurostar is the obvious answer, only it might break down in the Chunnel
and I'd be smashing my way out of the carriage and haring off on foot to France or England, whichever was nearer.