The first engine-powered farm tractors used steam and were introduced in 1868. These engines were built as small road locomotives and were operated by one man if the engine weighed less than 5 tons. They were used for general road haulage and in particular by the timber trade. The most popular steam tractor was the Garrett 4CD.
The first full scale steam locomotive was built by Richard Trevithick in 1804. The first attempts were made in Great Britain; the earliest steam rail locomotive was built in 1804 by Richard Trevithick and Andrew Vivian. The first steam engine was built in 1794 in the USA. The first practical steam railway was built in the UK in 1804 and the first railway journey was taken on that train. Answer:The steam train was invented in…
The first motorbike was built in 1868. It was not powered by a gasoline engine , but by a steam engine. Its builder was Sylvester Howard Roper. His steam-powered bike was demonstrated at fairs and circuses in the eastern US in 1867 for more cool history check out http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/future.htm#1800s
Infrastructure (a country's transport) is crucial in industrialisation as it is needed to transport materials over the country. The steam engine, would allow materials to be transported to different factories but also the steam engines would have to be built so in itself the steam engine was a part industrialisation.
we dont know Answer Depends on definition what an automobile is. The first self-propelled vehicle with an internal-combustion engine (as definition is generally) was built by Carl Benz in Germany in 1889. The first steam-powered land vehicle was the "Fardier" by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot, introduced in 1769. It had a 2-cylinder steam engine and was intended for trailing guns for the French artillery but failed that duty. Nevertheless, it was driveable. It still exists in France.