Stephenson’s Rocket (1829)
The English engineer George Stephenson’s locomotive was built for a competition of locomotives in 1829.
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The steam engine, perfected by the Scottish engineer James Watt, revolutionised technology.
A type of steam locomotives used by British Railways were manufactured in the 1950s.
Hero of Alexandria is the inventor of the first steam engine, although he regarded it as an entertaining toy.
The submarine designed by the Spanish inventor Narcís Monturiol was a pioneering work in the history of underwater navigation.
Before the emergence of motorised vehicles, letters and parcels were delivered by horse-drawn mail coaches.
Owing to the inventions in the 18th century, textile industry became one of the most important industries.
The scene depicts the extremities of the Victorian era, presenting the throne room and a workhouse.
The first paddle steamer in Hungary entered service in 1846.
The legendary M61 class locomotives of the Hungarian State Railways were manufactured by Nohab.
The first Hungarian-made locomotive powered directly from the national electricity network without complicated transformations.
At the end of the 18th century, mining boomed because of the great need for raw materials in the dynamically developing industry.
The train operates between Paris and southern Germany, its cruise speed is 320 km/h.
Threshing machines are used for separating grains from straw.
Trolleybuses and trams are environment-friendly means of public transport
The California Gold Rush started in 1848, near San Francisco.
One of the most modern means of transport is the Maglev, capable of travelling at speeds of over 400 km/h.