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Workers prepare a gravel pad as a massive crane is used to lift a 2,000-ton section of the tunnel boring machine known as "Bertha" in March 2015. The project was stalled for two years as engineers struggled to repair the gigantic machine. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Bertha Finally Breaks Through In Seattle

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