WWII Bunker Got Split in Two Like Butter

Well not exactly like cutting butter but this WWII bunker got split in two which took 40 days all in the name of art. A diamond wire saw was used to cut through the concrete structure, then a crane came and carried away a middle section, creating a narrow slit.

It took 40 days to slice through the solid concrete bunker, which is one of 700 constructed along the New Dutch Waterline, a series of water based defences used between 1815 and 1940 to protect the cities of Muiden, Utrecht, Vreeswijk and Gorinchem.

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