Industrial Revolution

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Author: Vanessa
Date: July 1, 2009
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The journey from London to Edinburgh took a week by boat and by road it took 10-12 days. Transport matured and around 1820 here were roughly 20,000 miles of well surfaced roads. The journey from London to Edinburgh took 3-5 days by boat and 46 hours by road...
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By the 1900s, transport had completely progressed. Railways served all parts of Britain. Bicycles were a common sight and cars had also been invented/. The journey from London to Edinburgh took 30 hours by road and 9 hours by train. As transport advanced, the transportation of goods was easier, faster and cheaper...
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