Railroads. -------------- Weapons, not railroads.
Well, if your getting the picture of railroads being a whole different thing then today, well it isn't. The railroads look like the ones we use today and they have no difference between them. Don't be offended but who told you that railroads look different then today. Well the trains have changed. Don't fully depend on my answer, and try on www.google.com if you want to be sure that my answer is correct.
The North used railroads for importing goods.
they used it for transportation
Most steam engines except those used on tourist railroads have been replaced with the more efficient steam turbine engines.
crops and food and people
Most of the time, yes.
they can be used for transpoting coal
they used brickes +
George Stephenson, around 1825. The 4' 8 1/2" gauge was used by horse drawn wagons in mines for years before and was adopted as standard across the USA, UK and most of Europe. Other gauges were tried and dropped, in favour of standardisation. * Added - Although George was responsible for standardizing the railroad tracks and advancing railroads, he was not the inventor of the locomotive or of the railroads. The recognized locomotive inventor is Richard Trevithick in 1803, but his invention relied on inventions of many people before him as well. The first railroads date to the 1500's and many people were responsible to advance them to what they are today.
S R. Farnington Jr has written: 'Railroads of today'
Farmers used them to transport cotton.
they walked or used canals or bots
Railroads were used in the Civil War to transport supplies and troops to the battlefield. Since the North had more of the railroads, they were able to use it greatly to their advantage, and it was one of the reasons they were able to win the war.
Central Pacific Answer: The time zones were actually started with the railroads. The railroads had to be on time and before the universal time zones were initiated, many towns and states, ETC had their own time and railroads had a big problem trying to keep accurate time. The railroads came up with the idea of having 4 time zones for the united states.
cog railroads are yellow trains railroads are black
It was built by the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. It's assumed that they used it.
the first railroad ever built doesn't have a name because it was built in 600 BC in Greek and Roman times it wasn't a railroad used today but it was a section that started history of railroads.
he went there because railroads were used a lot and they build railroads
Steam engine trains used to be the only type of train that would work. They used to be iconic and were significant in the understanding of railroads. Today, steam engine trains offer no real advantages to other modes of transportation.
It was used for Railroads, Bridges, and Skyscrapers.
yes, their were railroads during the civil war.