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Under the River

UK, 1959 (MIFF 1960, Programme 23)

Director: R. K. Neilson Baxter

An account of the engineering feat, carried out by Thomas A. Walker between 1872 and 1886, as a result of which the unique pumping system was established which still keeps the Severn Tunnel free of water.

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