Victorian Era Transportation

Victorian Era Transportation
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  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • This a nice ride!
  • Glad you are enjoying it so far!
  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • Whoever created the bicycle is brilliant! I'm so glad that my son sent me this! But, why so tall?
  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • This train ride is quite thrilling!
  • The main mode of transportation was the carriage. It was a very popular type of transportation, especially the version called the Brougham. It had two-or four-wheel styles. Another version of the carriage was called the barouche. A lot of wealthy families used them. It had four wheels, it had fold up seats and a fold up hood.
  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • Of course I fed a horse! Wait, you said "horse", right?
  • Did you feed the horses?
  • Bicycles were widely used for transportation. And of course, they were used for fun. They were used so much that women also used them, but they had to get out of their dresses and change into different clothes suitable for biking.
  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • Trains were also a good way of transportation. Not only were they able to transport people, trains were able to transport goods from far and wide within England. Trains were a very effective way of transportation
  • Victorian Era Transportation
  • Yes! Thank goodness I quit my job on the bus! I don't have to feed horses anymore!
  • Even though it was a bus, it was still powered by horses. That means that the bus was being pulled by the horses. Like a regular carriage. The bus was another type of transportation.
  • The underground-like tunnels-was a form a transportation. This is because trains would go through them after they were dug out. 
  • It has been 18 hours now. May I get off? No? *whispers to self* Why did I buy a train ticket?
  • Trams used electricity instead of using horses or fossil fuels. It grew to be very popular. It got its power from cables above.
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