The Zephyr brought new life to railroading in the thirties, introducing diesel power, lightweight construction, and streamlining
The American Industrial Revolution takes center stage in a new permanent installation at the National Museum of American History. A preview.
For more than fifty years, engineers have been learning—mostly from painful experience—how to design structures that can shake and survive
George S. Morison was a no-nonsense engineer of bridges in a heroic age
New building technologies and theories of urban planning in the 1920s gave rise to intoxicating visions of future cities.
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