Super Structures of the World
The Super Structures documentary specials celebrate the world's most spectacular engineering challenges and monumental construction projects. The series features the Eurotunnel, the International Space Station, the Panama Canal and many more fascinating structures around the world.
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S01 E01Sep 7, 1998
Eurotunnel Eurotunnel paints a vivid and exciting portrait of human ingenuity and the unflagging nature of mankind's pioneering spirit. Join the 1,300 workers in their 6-year effort to complete an almost unimaginable technological feat - the 3.5-mile Euro tunnel.
S01 E02Sep 7, 1998
Seawolf Seawolf provides a fascinating insider's look at one of the world's most remarkable structures. Called "the most complex military machine of the 20th Century," the $2.3 billion Seawolf submarine is a prototype for the U.S. Navy's undersea future.
S01 E03Apr 13, 2000
Grassburg Mine At 14,000 feet, in the remote jungles of New Guinea is the largest gold and copper deposit in the world. Getting to that deposit and building a profitable mine was one of the biggest engineering challenges ever.
S01 E04Apr 13, 2000
International Space Station International Space Station is one of the largest projects ever conceived and will take 45 space missions to provide the materials necessary to build the station.
S01 E05Apr 13, 2000
The Kansai International Airport The Kansai International Airport is just that - and island built to provide the space for an airport, and the only man-made structure other than the Great Wall of China visible from space.
S01 E06Apr 13, 2000
London Underground La metropolitana di Londra con il suo sistema di binari è in continua crescita. La puntata illustra l'incredibile espansione del sistema di trasporti.