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Life around the Berlin Wall.
BERLIN, FEB. 3, 1962 (AP) - Communist authorities on Feb 1. 1962 showed tunnel under Wollankstrasse elevated Railway Station they said had been driven from West Berlin to bring western Agents into red-ruled East Sector. West police contend the Tunnel was built to help refugees escape. It collapsed before it was completed. AP-Photo shows: Policeman of communist East German Railrods show reporters where Tunnel makers broke through walls under the station before starting to dig.