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Workers are nearing the end of a £35 million project to refurbish the Strood and Higham tunnels in Kent for Network Rail.Miners from Amalgamated Construction - working for main contractor Costain - are installing concrete lining to prevent problem chalk falls which have closed the tunnels several times in the past.They will be reopened in January.