While the Boring Company CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter his second tunnel digger is “almost ready,” pictures of his East Coast hyperloop plans surfaced on social media. 

Musk, who is also CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, named his second machine “Line-Storm,” after a poem by Robert Frost.

“Second boring machine almost ready,” Musk said on Twitter on Thursday. “Will be called Line-Storm, after the poem by Frost. ‘And be my love in the rain.”

Musk also attached a screenshot of the poem:

The company’s first machine is called Godot, after the Samuel Beckett play “Waiting for Godot.” Musk revealed that name back in May and said at the time he was naming boring machines after poems and plays. He kept his promise when he said the second or third machine would be named after a poem by Frost.

The near-completion of the second boring machine shows Musk’s plans to build tunnels to help congested cities is moving along. Back in April, the Boring Company released a video of how the tunnels will work. The clip shows a vehicle riding onto a car skate, which then lowers itself underground into a network of tunnels. The platform travels at a speed over 120 miles per hour with the vehicle on top while other cars travel on other skates.

In June, Musk announced he was digging under Los Angeles and was already completing sections of the tunnel. A month later, the company posted a video of the car elevator that will take passengers into the tunnels.

The Boring Company’s Hyperloop System Site Spotted

Over the summer, Musk announced he received verbal approval from the government officials to build an underground Hyperloop in the East coast to connect Washington D.C. and New York. The Space X CEO said his system would transport passengers from New York to Washington D.C. in 29 minutes. Musk is reportedly trying to build the entire Hyperloop system himself, without the need of other startups like Virgin Hyperloop One, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Arrivo, which have similar plans.

That project also seems to be moving along, according to recent pictures that show a site near Baltimore, Maryland that displays two ‘The Boring Company’ logos. The site was spotted this week by a user on Reddit [via Electrek]. On Thursday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted pictures of the site, which is currently a boxed fence.

“Our administration is proud to support The Boring Company to bring rapid electric transportation to MD – connecting Baltimore City to D.C.,” Hogan tweeted.

It is possible that the second boring machine, Line-Storm, will be used at the East coast site to commence the digging for the hyperloop system.

Musk introduced the Hyperloop concept back in 2013 and conducted research with his SpaceX team. Musk currently holds a trademark for “Hyperloop” through Space X and owns @ Hyperloop on Twitter, as well as the Hyperloop.com site.