The first passenger train

The first passenger train: the longest railway ever built between Stockton and Darlington in the UK was laid in 1825. Although this railway was built to transport coal to the 35 kilometer, it also carried people. In 1829, Liverpool and Manchester Railway company held a competition for locomotive selection. He won the locomotive which was produced by Robert Stephenson. Rocket, 25 miles per hour quickly traveled the 110 mile.
In the United States, the if Best Friend of Charlestown ilk locomotive began to carry its first passengers in 1930.



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