The first steam locomotive “train” was created by Richard Trevithick, an English engineer.
The first flangedwheel locomotive called “Blucher” ran railroad tracks that were on top of the ground, and not in it.
The Final Peace Settlement was signed by the congress of Vienna in 1814
A competition between types of trains to prove which one would be the best for certain jobs.
The Factory Act of 1833 put limits on how long children were aloud to work per day
There were railroads all across Europe and they were continuing to spread, making transportation easier.