tunnel boring machines resurfacing for eglinton crosstown lrt
Because Eglinton Crosstown LRT is being removed from the ground.
One of the machines nicknamed \"Don\" is so boring.
3 km underground, helped complete the lrtsnorth tunnel.
The machine that started digging the Eglinton LRT tunnel in MayMachines started digging the tunnel for Eglinton Crosstown LRTThe 400
On Monday morning, tons of machines were removed near Yonge and Eglinton, and some of them were lifted out.
The second one, named \"Humber\", will also be extracted over the next four days. There he is! !
TBMDon pic. twitter.
Each TBM is 10 metres high and 6 metres high. 5 metres across.
The \"tang\" knife head is the first part to surface.
John Brown, the project\'s chief engineer, spoke before the extraction this morning to track the movement of the cutting head.
Drilling noise caused by \"hard ground\" by Eglinton Crosstown LRT, Metrolinx saysEglinton Crosstown LRT peeps \"it will be promoted. .
There is a big crane spinning behind us. . . .
\"Rotate and lie down on the other side of the venue,\" he said . \".
24 hours at 20 metres underground, 6 operators in each group.
The crew are preparing to hang the drill holes of the crosstown light rail tunnel rig in the holes of Yongji and Eglington. twitter.
A total of four tunnels were drilled in the tunnel.
The tunnels from BrentcliffeRoad to YongeStreet have adopted \"Don\" and \"Humber \".
TBMs \"Dennis\" and \"Lea\" drill holes in tunnels from Black Creek Avenue to Yongji Street.
Metrolinxsay says there is still a lot of work to be done before drivers can hit the rails in 2021.
\"We can now hand over the final tunnel to the next contractor who will install the tunnel with the rails, so this is a milestone for us,\" Brown said . \".