Eng s.58-61 Frågor

The exercise was created 2020-02-13 by erkiperk. Question count: 25.

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  • In 1825 the first ever steam locomotive was built.
  • Liverpool and Manchester is linked by railway.
  • They stopped at Parkside cause they had to refuel with more water.
  • The first ever railway death was in 1830 cause the locomotive couldn't stop.
  • The first person to die from a locomotive was William Huskinsson in 1830.
  • The first ever locomotive competition was in 1829 to see whose would be run on the railway line between Manchester and Liverpool.
  • The Stephensons built the famous locomotive called The Rocket in 1825
  • The person who drove The Rocket was Joseph Locke .
  • There was 35 mile distance between Liverpool and Manchester.
  • A person who designs and constructs machinery, bridges or roads. Engineer
  • The hot mist that water turns in to when it boils. Steam
  • Eleven football players make this up. Team
  • Many people together. Crowd
  • A talk people have at weddings or birthdays. Speech
  • A train engine pulls these. Carriage
  • An unexpected and often dangerous situation which happens suddenly. Emergency
  • The opposite of 'birth'. Death
  • 1 mile is... 1.6 km
  • 1 yard is... 91.4 cm
  • 1 foot is... 30.5 cm
  • 1 inch is... 2.5 cm
  • 1 stone is... 6.350 kg
  • 1 pound is... 0.450 kg
  • The main Stephenson's name is George Stephenson.
  • Who survived the first railway death incident? The duke

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