Soggy Amsterdam’s Test: Digging a Subway
Seventeenth-century masons built Amsterdam on a foundation of wooden poles planted in soggy, sandy ground, leaving behind a beautiful architectural museum – but one with walls prone to sinking or crumbling without warning. So how do you dig a subway under it?
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