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The Technically Still Active Kinzie Street Railroad Bridge of Chicago

Monday, October 18 – This week the boys go back in time to Chicago cerca 1908. The booming city of Chicago attributes its growth to the Chicago River. Its been an important waterway for as long as humans have lived in the area. Before humans began manipulating the river, there was a small overland portageContinue reading “The Technically Still Active Kinzie Street Railroad Bridge of Chicago”

The Last Incan Bridge – The Q’eswachaka Bridge of Peru

Monday October 4th – When most people think of bridges they think of vast steel arches or thick concrete decks, but rarely do people think about what went into building bridges before modern technology. This week, the boys wanted to discovery a bridge that’s construction has been passed down generation after generation for the pastContinue reading “The Last Incan Bridge – The Q’eswachaka Bridge of Peru”

The NPS’s Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct Bridge

Monday September 20th – SHOUT OUT TO COREY FROM SCRANTON!!! Thanks to Corey the boys had the opportunity to tackle a bridge close to home for Andreas and near and dear to Jeremy’s heart. Roebling’s Aqueduct Bridge is located in Lackawaxen Pennsylvania (United States) – the farthest eastern county of PA right under New York.Continue reading “The NPS’s Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct Bridge”

The Longest Suspension Bridge in the World – the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge of Japan

Monday, September 13th – This week Jeremy and Andreas cover the longest suspension bridge in the world! Not only is the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge (also know as the pearl bridge) the longest suspension bridge in the world it also resides in an area with high rates of EXTREME weather and natural disasters. Before jumping intoContinue reading “The Longest Suspension Bridge in the World – the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge of Japan”


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