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10 trains that changed the world

1. Liverpool and Manchester Railway

10 trains that changed the world
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In September 1830 the inauguration of Liverpool and Manchester Railway marked the steam-rail journey.


2. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

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In 1827, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad became the first American company to provide a charter for transportation of both passengers and freight.


3. Panama Railway

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On completion of the 1855 Panama Railway, for the first time rail tracks added the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.


4. Lincoln funeral train

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On April 21, 1865, after the departure of Washington, DC, the Black-Drapped train carrying Abraham Lincoln's coffin spends nearly two weeks of conclusion of his trip to 180 cities and seven states, President's burial site Springfield, Illinois Before arriving in


5. Metropolitan Underground Railway

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With the inauguration of trains on the 10th of January, 1863, with unprecedented depth in front of the London streets, the new height of the railway reached, with the inauguration of the Metropolitan Underground Railway.


6. Transcontinental Rail

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The United States really got united when the country's first transcontinental railway was completed on May 10, 1869.


7. Trans-Siberian Railway

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The Trans-Siberian Railway spread over the sub-Arctic terrain in the eight sub-zones and 6,000 miles, was the longest and most expensive railroad ever built, which was completed in 1916.


8. Holocaust Train

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During World War II, the German National Railway monitored concentration camps, such as Treblinka and Auschwitz, from the Nazi ghetto of Jews and other Holocaust victims, where six million people were systematically organized.


9. Shinkansen

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The train journey entered a new era with the completion of a high-speed rail line between Tokyo and Osaka, which was cut in half the travel time between the two cities.


10. Eurostar

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