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    Hi everyone, been reading about consrtuction of mesey tunnel and I am just wondering if any one knows of the route of the tunnel down to the river from its entrance at the oldhaymarket. Hope someone can help.


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    Something to be going on with Mr. O...

    http://www.tunnelusers.org.uk/history.htm

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    Yes, the route in mapped out on normal A-Z's.

    It's pretty much as to be expected, in a straight line under Dale street and Brunswick Street. A section of Dale street actually caved in during construction.
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    Dale St,then 'soft' left at Moorfields,past the North John St vent.Then down Brunswick St,then a slight left at the end of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Building..
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    It hasn't changed at all since it was built to my knowledge. The inset is prior to 1934...

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    Also shown on Google maps...

    http://g.co/maps/ywsqb

    Click on "Street View" and it will even take you down into the tunnel.

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    Thanks for the interesting posts folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Yes, the route in mapped out on normal A-Z's.

    It's pretty much as to be expected, in a straight line under Dale street and Brunswick Street. A section of Dale street actually caved in during construction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by az_gila View Post
    Also shown on Google maps...

    http://g.co/maps/ywsqb

    Click on "Street View" and it will even take you down into the tunnel.
    That's astounding. Thanks, AZ!

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