Construction materials made in factories and the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in the United States.
United States USA Date:1933 Duration:5 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
A historical documentary about German born civil engineer John Augustus Roebling's early experimentation with wire rope suspension bridges in the United States. A suspension bridge. A railroad on tracks. The smoke stacks of John Augustus Roebling's factories. Hot molten metal in containers. Hot metal rods in a factory. Wires being made in the factory. A man operates a machine. A weaving machine in operation. A worker wearing protective gear welds using a welding torch. Insulated wires made on a machine. A rope on the roller of a machine. Flasks in a laboratory. Men work on a wire testing apparatus. A tank atop a factory. The Golden Gate Bridge. Animation depicts the principles of the construction of suspension bridges. The animation depicts the principle of the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge. Aerial view of the bridge under construction. Water gushing beneath the bridge. Machines at operation during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge. A steel structure is erected. Barges in a river. Towers made for the bridge. Construction material hoisted a tower.
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