When was the Eurotunnel built?

Answer Construction on the Eurotunnel connecting England and France began on December 1987 and lasted until May 1994 when the tunnel was officially opened. The tunnel stretches over 30 miles from Folkesto... Read More »

Top Q&A For: When was the Eurotunnel built

When Did the Eurotunnel Open?

The Eurotunnel officially opened on May 6, 1994. Known informally as the "Chunnel," it connects England and France via an underwater tunnel beneath the English Channel. The Eurotunnel cost about 1... Read More »

How deep is the Eurotunnel?

The Eurotunnel, which connects England and France, has an average depth of 150 feet beneath the sea bottom. The tunnel has a total length of 31 miles, 23 miles of which are underwater. The crossing... Read More »

Eurotunnel Facts?

With its headquarters in Paris, France, Eurotunnel is the company that manages and operates the Channel Tunnel that connects Folkestone, England with Calais, France. The firm operates the shuttles ... Read More »

How long is the Eurotunnel?

The Eurotunnel runs from Folkstone, Kent, in the United Kingdom, to Coquelles in Calais, France. The tunnels are 50 kilometers long, with 38 kilometers of the length being under the sea. The tunnel... Read More »