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Who invented the first train?

Asked by M. Jabrowsky, Last updated: Mar 28, 2020

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G. Horace

G. Horace, Content Developer, Chicago

Answered Feb 20, 2019

It was in the year 1804 when the first steam locomotive was made by Richard Trevithick. Trevithick made the train popular in London. There are still other people who are also considered to have contributed to the creation of the first train such as Matthew Murray because he created the first steam locomotive and also George Stephenson who became well-known because of his creation of coal transporting trains.

It was in the year 1804 when the first steam locomotive was made by Richard Trevithick. Trevithick

The first locomotive train was called the Penydarren. The trains became very important before for people especially since it would also transport goods that people needed. It was a problem before whenever trains cannot move because of the snow.

 

A. Cook

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A. Cook, English Professor, M.A, Ph.D, Kentucky

Answered Feb 15, 2019

A much faster and more efficient mode of transportation was something that people tried to conquer as soon as a more modern form of civilization came about. And it was only in the last couple of centuries that this was achieved in certain level along with this was the birth of the train industry. The first ever train was seen in 1804 and ever since then it has been of the most popular modes of transportation.

A much faster and more efficient mode of transportation was something that people tried to conquer

This was built for the Coalbrookdale iron works in Shropshire, UK. At this time as this was the first of its kind, people had doubts about how people would breath or about the passengers comfort when they were moving fast. Steam locomotives were the first of its kind in the Great Britain in the 19th Century. This was invented by Richard Trevithick. This locomotive produced it power to function though a steam engine that burned combustible materials like coal, wood, or oil. The fuel supplies were either in a wagon that was pulled along or in the locomotive itself.

 

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O. Miller, Content Optimization Executive, Studied Journalism and Psychology, Austin,Texas

Answered Feb 08, 2019

The most notable name for the first train inventor is Richard Trevithick. He was a well-known inventor from Great Britain. He began his career mining and not with trains. His father was a miner and he took after his father. He was not a good student in school which may be why he went into mining. However, he was able to invent the steam train. He did not name his steam locomotive though.

The most notable name for the first train inventor is Richard Trevithick. He was a well-known

He tried out his steam locomotive in early 1804 in Wales. Even though it seems that Richard Trevithick would be a millionaire for inventing the train, he really went back to mining and suffered financially at times. However, he is credited with the first steam train today.

 

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