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America has one of the greatest infrastructures in history. Roadways, dams, tunnels and bridges were built to last. But over the decades, the infrastructure that helped the country grow hasn’t kept up with the times. From underground sewers built during the Gold Rush to highways designed for 1925 traffic, History sets out in Inspector America to survey the country to see what is up to code and what needs to be fixed. Host Timothy Galarnyk, an infrastructure safety inspector with over 35 years of experience, leads the charge, visiting in his initial sweep six American locations that have infrastructure challenges. He uses the tools of his trade to evaluate the structures, gauge dangers and offer opinions on how to deal with them, while highlighting good news and positive projects in the area.
|1||HDVideoAmerica's Wake Up Call||(Minneapolis/St. Paul.) The inspection of America begins as Timothy uncovers a famous collapse, a||43:36||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDVideoA Bridge Too Old||(Los Angeles.) Timothy evaluates a diseased bridge, a critical water system, congested highways, and||44:00||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDVideoShaky Foundations||(Seattle.) Timothy inspects the effects of a famously rainy city, a sea wall in danger of collapse,||43:25||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDVideoGold Rush Sewer||(San Francisco.) Timothy inspects a deadly gas line, sewers built during the Gold Rush, and a||43:29||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDVideoDam This City||(Las Vegas.) Timothy inspects high-hazard dams, sinking Las Vegas casinos, and the effects of||43:41||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDVideoAbandoned||(Detroit.) Timothy inspects abandoned neighborhoods, faulty power lines, and the effects of ice and||43:47||$2.99||View In iTunes|