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Location address: Deutschland, Göppingen
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The Boßler Tunnel is a railway tunnel currently under construction as part of the Wendlingen–Ulm high-speed railway. The tunnel is approximately 8,806 metres long, built as two parallel single-track tunnels. The tunnel runs between Aichelberg and Mühlhausen im Täle under the Roter Wasen and the Boßler mountain. It is one of a series of tunnels underneath the Swabian Jura range. When completed, it will be the longest tunnel on the line and the fifth longest tunnel in Germany .
The north-west portal ), situated northeast of Weilheim an der Teck, is the border of one the line’s planning sections. The line approaches this portal from the west, parallel to the A8 motorway.