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aerial photograph of Limehouse Link western tunnel entrance in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets London England UK. The Limehouse Link was opened in 1993 and is a 1.1 mile tunnel under Limehouse Basin to Canary Wharf . Construction took 4 years using the cut and cover methord and cost £293,000,000. The Limehouse Link was designed by Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners with the tunnel portal buildings in the photo designed by Anthony Meats and Rooney O'Carroll .

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