For the BBC documentary series, see Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines.
Extreme Machines is a television series aired on Discovery Channel.
The program feature some of the largest created man-made machines on earth. Like a container ship,Excavators, and Cranes.
As taken from the official Canadian webpage for Discovery Channel:
See how today's nuclear submarines play an integral role in U.S. national defense.
See the final stages of the construction of a 50,000-ton oil rig in Nova Scotia.
See profiles of jet fighters including the F-15 Eagle and the X35-B, both technologically advanced aircraft.
Experience the exciting and flamboyant world of aviation; unusual aircraft and man's most extreme methods of flying; a home-built plane powered with a lawnmower engine; NASAs solar powered planes; the Harrier Jump Jet.
Hop aboard the U.S. Navy's huge floating fortress the John C. Stennis; profiling a variety of other carriers from the U.S. Marines to the British Navy; see carriers in a variety of temperatures from the equator to the Arctic.
Explore the serious business of transportation to the thrills and spills of truck racing; a look at the New York fire brigade in action whose trucks are so long they need an extra driver at the back; a truck which doubles up as a TV studio.
Journey towards the centre of the earth inside the deepest mine in the U.S.; the fire that broke out in the Channel Tunnel between the U.K. and France; what happens in a mine explosion.
Gripping archive footage documents tanks in action from the First World War to Desert Storm; the most advanced tanks in the world today; a glimpse of the claustrophobic world of the tank crew; US Future Combat System.
The Landspeed Record
Extreme Machines I
Extreme Machines II
Extreme Machines III
Extreme Machines IV
Extreme Machines V
World's Greatest Ships: Power & Glory
Speed Freaks II
World's Greatest Ships: Dangerous Seas
Ultimate Space Machines
Incredible Motorcycle Jumpers
Raiders of the Deep
Ultimate Underwater Machines I
Ultimate Speed Machines
Super Trains Ultimate
Underwater Machines II
Fear of Flying I
Fear of Flying II
Land Speed III
Disasters at Sea
Worlds Tallest Buildings: Fear of Heights
Four Wheel Force
Worlds Tallest Buildings: Reach for the Sky
Wheels of Steel
Flight of the Future
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