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The Insanely Dangerous Job Of A 19th-Century Railway Builder | Building Ireland | Absolute History
- čas přidán 10. 02. 2024
- The Industrial Revolution brought significant social and economic changes to Europe and Britain. The construction of the Cork and Bandon Railway presented substantial engineering challenges, including the need for a deep tunnel through Goggin's Hill. The Goggin's Hill tunnel, about a kilometer long, was a remarkable engineering feat of the Victorian Railway age. The construction involved blasting through rock using gunpowder, with teams of workers enduring difficult and dangerous conditions, working day and night.
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