Roadscapes Wednesday: How To Stop A Colossal Bridge Corroding

Bridges do corrode, all of that steel and concrete can not last forever, so you have maintenance people who fix

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The Evening Post: The World's First Solar Powered Train

Yes, solar power can now run a train.  Tom Scott takes us to Australia and The Byron Bay Railroad Company,

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Roadscapes Wednesday: What Counts As The Steepest Street In The World

Yes, there are some streets around our planet that are extremely steep!  Tom Scott shows us the street that holds

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Roadscapes Wednesday: The One-Lane Bridge Shared By Cars And Trains

So this is very weird.  In New Zealand, there is a one lane bridge shared by both cars and trains. 

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Roadscapes Wednesday: Peachtree City – The City Of Golf Carts

On this week’s Roadscapes, let’s go to Peachtree City, Georgia, and discover their amazing network of paved paths that are used

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See How The 1990's VHS Look Works On Videos

The latest trend in videos is to make them look like something that came from the 1980’s or 1990’s, or

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Why We Should Let Some Wildfires Just Burn Away

One thing I don’t get is why some people decide to build homes in wildfire areas, and expect to be

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Roadscapes Wednesday: The New Highway To The Arctic Ocean

For the people who live way up in the Northwest Territories in Canada, the only ways in and out were

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Roadscapes Wednesday: US-Canada Border Splits This Road Down The Middle

Yep, this is interesting.  In a towns of Stanstead, Quebec and Derby Line, Vermont, comes a road where the border runs

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