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Railways In early 1800s the Industrial Revolution needed quicker
Railways. In early 1800s the Industrial Revolution needed quicker, cheaper transport. The Bridgewater Canal was already proving inadequate in the.
THE RAILWAY: The Industrialization of Time and Space in the 19th
In economic terms, the railway was the great product of the first phase of the industrial revolution.
The Early History of British Railroads
The idea of using carriages on rails was not completely as revolutionary as some of the other ideas of the Industrial Revolution.
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Chapter 12 Notes Section 1 I. The Industrial Revolution in Great
the Industrial Revolution. The first railroads were slow, but they developed rapidly . The.

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Dairy farmers being skimmed alive - warns NFU spokesman
Given that we have had such a head start with the Industrial Revolution, railways etc, we have basically squandered every advantage we ever had, and still are by the way.

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Roads, Canals and Railways during the Industrial Revolution
First Roads were improved, then Canals were built and finally the Railway was developed.
war and social upheaval: industrial revolution -- railroads
Jun 10, 2003 Railways appeared in the early-19th century and were a major factor in the economy by the mid-19th century.
Transport during the British Industrial Revolution - Wikipedia, the
The earliest railways were wagonways linking coal mines to nearby navigable rivers.
The Industrial Revolution and the Railway System
Features a range of historical information and data including research papers, images, and extracts from the Illustrated London News.
The Industrial Revolution: An Overview

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