A deeper look at urban histories. This season, we'll be unpacking the coming and going of Washington residents by exploring the history of the city's many forms of transportation. Join us as we uncover the stories and dramas of DC's rivers, streetcars, highways and airports.
004 National Airport
Examine the dramatic history of National Airport and highlight the hard work of President Roosevelt that made the airport possible.
003 The Three Sisters Bridge
In the third episode of Then Again, we take a ride on D.C.’s highways and explore the story of the cursed Three Sisters Bridge project.
In the second episode of Then Again, we’re uncovering the history of D.C. streetcars and examining the electric railway that once took Washingtonians all the way to the Chesapeake Bay.
In this premier episode of Then Again, we explore Washington's once booming steamboat excursion industry and speak with author Patsy Mose Fletcher about its history of segregation.