Severn Tunnel linking Wales to England is 125 years old

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The Severn Tunnel rail link which joins south Wales and England, is 125 years old.

About 200 trains pass through this feat of Victorian engineering every day, but given its age, is it still fit for 21st Century use?

Carwyn Jones reports.

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