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2.1 miles later, massive drill surfaces

New tunnel to divert waste from beaches

By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / August 14, 2008

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With excited workers and officials looking on, the nose of a massive boring machine pierced through the concrete wall of a newly excavated shaft by the Bayside Exposition Center yesterday morning, seeing its first natural light in nearly a year after a 2.1-mile subterranean journey underneath beaches in South Boston. (Full article: 721 words)

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