Two rival rail companies will stop at nothing to best each other while competing to create the most ambitious engineering project the world has ever see—an unprecedented railroad that crosses through the wild American continent.
A little-known 19th-century French artist embarks on an impossible 20-year odyssey to build the tallest statue in the world, and erect it on U.S. soil.
Two master roadbuilders spend decades struggling to create a highway system that connects every city and town in America. It will be the greatest public works project in history.
Two powerful nations—France and America—compete to build a path just 50 miles long that will connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
After the London Underground becomes the first subway system in the world, visionary engineers in New York and Boston vie to build the first one in America. But being first will mean overcoming unprecedented engineering challenges.
A century before the Internet, two brave visionaries, Collin Perry and Cyrus Field, endure failure and heartache while risking everything to connect the United States to the rest of the world with a cable under the ocean.
Braving treacherous waters 350 feet deep, gale-force winds and earthquakes, obsessed engineer Joseph Strauss and President Herbert Hoover battle to build the two longest suspension bridges of all time in San Francisco.