Tag: The Library of Congress

This archive video from The Library of Congress Prelinger Archive explains in very great detail how the Golden Gate Bridge was built with Bethlehem Steel from Pennsylvania. The video includes archival footage and photographs of the bridge building process and it’s a delight to watch (if you’re into that sort of thing). The cable spinning […]

The Library of Congress recently uploaded a whole mess of videos of New York City from the late 1800′s and early 1900′s showing the city laying the foundations of its infrastructure. The video above shows the excavation of the site where Penn Station resides today. There are a lot more videos in the collection so […]