Imagine driving across a bridge near the North Pole, leaving Alaska at one end and arriving in Siberia at the other end; or visiting a city built within a pyramid in Tokyo Bay; or speeding from New York to London in just an hour through a tunnel under the Atlantic Ocean. These are just some of the projects that come to life as builders and engineers design and construct the largest, most outrageous and awe-inspiring projects ever conceived. Jaw-dropping computer animation breathes life into such fantastic, yet possible creations. ICELAND TUNNELS:The Eastern Highland a vast plateau 200 miles northeast of Reykjavik, Iceland, 100 miles south of the Artic Circle. One of the most remote, desolate places in the world, and the site of one of the world's boldest challenges of extreme engineering. These guys are world-class tunnel diggers. They helped drill some of the toughest, deepest and longest tunnels: New York City's 3rd water tunnel, the Channel connecting England and France, and the first crossing under China's Yangtze River. But here, on the desolate northeastern tip of Iceland, they've taken on the task of a life-time: they're trying to carve more than 45 miles of tunnels through solid rock hundreds of feet underground. If they can't get the TBM to start digging soon, they'll be in big trouble. The tunnels are a key piece of an audacious plan to turn ice into electricity. It all starts here:
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