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History(The transport revolution)

What was the transport revolution? During the 18th century,when goods and people were transported by carriage,cart and ship
Give three problems with the transport revolution It was slow,it was expensive,only small loads could be transported
What were the names of the two men who were influential in the improvement of Britain's roads? Thomas Telford and John McAdam
How did they improve the roads? They used layers of stone to make surfaces that were able to carry heavier carts
What were turnpike trusts? (Toll-road trusts) They were like toll roads today
When was the first canal built and who built an designed it? James Brindley in 1761
Why were the first railroads built? To haul coal from the mines
Who was George Stevenson? The man who built the train in 1825
Created by: Chimozukee