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John Kay Flying Shuttle, doubled the speed of weaving.
James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny, sped up weaving.
Richard Arkwright Water Frame, water powered spinning machine.
Samuel Crompton Spinning Mule, sped up weaving.
Edmund Cartwright Power Loom, steam powered loom.
James Watt Steam Engine.
Sir Humphrey Davy Davy safety lamp, reduced danger of explosions in mines.
Thomas Newcome Newcome Engine, pumped water out of a mine.
Abraham Darby Converting coal to coke.
Henry Cort Puddling and Rolling.
Henry Besssemer Bessemer converter.
John McAdam Broken down stone laid down in tight layers to create a tight surface.
Thomas Tellford Raise the foundation in the centre of the road to act as a draining system.
James Brindley Designed the first canal.
Richard Trevithick Made the steam engine better.
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