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Im John, a successful entrepreneur and business men who has paved his business on the bases of the industrial revolution. In my opinion, today, mostly everything that is present is either from the industrial revolution or influenced from the industrial revolution. Let me take you through my city, London and show you all these things.
Starting off, these are the automobiles, or as you call them today, cars. They were first invented during the industrial revolution by the famous Henry Ford. Infact, they were the first cars to run by an engine that was not powered by water or a waterwheel. Today, we clearly still use this invention and it has become like a staple for many of us.
You must have heard of this one! This is the railway. Invented during the industrial revolution by George Stephenson, the railways are and were an easy and cheap way for workers to travel from their tenements to work. It is still used today as one of the most common methods of transportation. Lets hop on and go to my factory.
This is my factory. The idea of industries first came to Richard Arkwright during the industrial revolution. When he started his business of wigs, he decided that he needed a place to work and set up all his machines. Therefore, he built what is now known as a factory/industry. Clearly, without them today, there would have been no mass production and steady supply of goods in the market.
Wait, let me switch on the light! Did you know that the light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison during the industrial revolution. Imagine not having artificial light today. Our life would be so incomplete and hard. Thomas Edisons light bulb was the first invention to use electricity and make it into and artificial form.
Next, this invention just like the cars was also invented by Henry Ford. It is known as the assembly line and can be seen in most of the industries today just like in the Industrial Revolution. It is used for mass production or the production of good in bulk.
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