When Seattle decided to put in a new highway tunnel beneath the city, a machine was specially built to dig the 2-mile long, 57-foot wide project. The 6,700 ton machine — nicknamed Bertha — got stuck after two-tenths of a mile, and hasn’t moved since.
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