Construction Of Europe's Largest Manmade Coastal Nature Reserve Begins On Wallasea Island

ROCHFORD, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: A digger makes adjustments to a levee at the eastern end of Wallasea Island on September 17, 2012 near Rochford, England. The Crossrail railway tunnel project in London has started to deliver 4.5 million tonnes of soil from it's construction to Wallasea Island in the Thames Estuary. This will allow Wallasea Island to be transformed from levee-protected farmland into a a thriving wetland twice the size of the City of London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
ROCHFORD, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: A digger makes adjustments to a levee at the eastern end of Wallasea Island on September 17, 2012 near Rochford, England. The Crossrail railway tunnel project in London has started to deliver 4.5 million tonnes of soil from it's construction to Wallasea Island in the Thames Estuary. This will allow Wallasea Island to be transformed from levee-protected farmland into a a thriving wetland twice the size of the City of London. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
Construction Of Europe's Largest Manmade Coastal Nature Reserve Begins On Wallasea Island
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