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by Henry Pluckrose

eBook Roads, Canals and Railways (Local History Detective) ePub
Author: Henry Pluckrose
Language: English
ISBN: 0748720804
ISBN13: 978-0748720804
Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (January 17, 1995)
Category: Geography & Cultures
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 710
Formats: doc lit azw mbr
ePub file: 1308 kb
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Roads, Railways and Canals. Turnpike trusts were local companies that were set up to maintain roads. They were toll roads, where the user had to pay a fee (a toll) to make use of the road

Roads, Railways and Canals. Transport changed very quickly in the period 1700-1900 as a result of an increased need for better methods of moving goods, new technologies and large scale investment in the countries infra-structure (communications network). They were toll roads, where the user had to pay a fee (a toll) to make use of the road. These trusts were needed because the government did not finance things such as roads at the time. Turnpike trusts would need to raise quite a lot of money to make improvements to the roads.

Roads, Canals and Railways (Local History Detective). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780748720804 (978-0-7487-2080-4) Softcover, Nelson Thornes Ltd, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'Roads, Canals and Railways (Local History Detective)'.

5 Environmental history of railways. In the South, most railroads in 1860 were local affairs connecting cotton regions with the nearest waterway. Galena and Chicago Union Railroad. 6 Impact on buffalo population. Most transports was by boat, not rail, and after the Union blockaded the ports in 1861 and seized the key rivers in 1862, long-distance travel was difficult.

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Send information to Art Detective. How you can use this image. Otherwise known as Windmill Bridge, this structure was required for the railway between Southall and Brentford and was completed in 1859. Ealing Central Library.

Roads canals and rail roads. the transport revolution- roads, canals and railways- history. How did people pay for local roads? The improvements in transport meant that more raw materials c. anals were built to transport coal to cities and bigger loads. transport up to 1750.

The South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company was the first to use steam locomotives . History and Political Economy of Railways" by Simon Sterne, from Lalor's Cyclopedia (1899).

The South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company was the first to use steam locomotives regularly. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was the first common carrier, starting passenger train service in 1830. Railroads soon replaced many canals and turnpikes and by the 1870s had significantly displaced steamboats as well. The railroads were superior to these alternative modes of transportation, particularly water routes, because they lowered costs in two ways. Primary sources on 19th century and early 20th century American railways - DigitalBookIndex.

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The National Curriculum for History requires children to study an aspect of local history, and this series has been designed to help pupils to explore buildings in their locality. Every building has a history, and that history offers a comment on the people who designed it, built it, used it and, perhaps, left it to decay. Each book in the series contains over 50 photocopiable sheets which are extensively illustrated to show particular aspects, and feature suggestions for on-site work. Practical work is provided for either individual or group work, and teacher's notes include illustrated historical introductions with information and glossaries of technical terms. There is also guidance to indicate ways in which the Study Unit may be extended to cover other National Curriculum subject areas.
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