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Transcript: “8 Ways Railway Travel Changed Everything for Britain.” HistoryExtra, April 2, 2019. Editors of Publications International, Ltd. “Railroad Expansion.” HowStuffWorks. HowStuffWorks, May 19, 2008. “History of Trains.” Train History - Railroad and History of Trains. Accessed December 18, 2019. Rolt, L.T.C. “Richard Trevithick.” Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica, inc., April 18, 2019. “Train Invention - Who Invented the Train?” Train Inventor - Who Invented Trains? Accessed December 18, 2019. Advertisement Impact on the Region Have the ability to carry large amounts of products and goods Success of other inventions depends on it Assists in peoples ability to travel over large distances in a short amount of time Provides jobs Richard Trevithick (1771-1833) Invented the train in 1804 A British inventor / mechanical engineer Dad was a miner and so he grew up in mining and engineering Most significant contribution was the first high-pressure steam engine and the first full scale railroad Patent for high pressure steam in 1802 Puffing Devil Tragedy at Greenwich Altered geography - towns were set up in coordination with the railroads More imported goods Ability to travel General success of other inventions and improvement within society Sources The train is very important to our society, in order for people to travel and continue to buy and transport products it is very necessary. It opens many opportunities for people such as jobs due to the ability to travel large distances in a short amount of time. It greatly improves and aids in the development of peoples life styles for these reasons. By investing in our train company, there are also more jobs being made within the corporation. Who Invented the Train? Travel Importance Argument Jalex Train's INC. add logo here

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Transcript: Steps of Construction Overview Cabin The four parts are made separately The holes are cut out by forscener bits The four parts are nailed and glues togeather Boiler The boiler is shaped with a jack plane It is glued and nailed to the base Wheels The wheels are cut using a wheel cutter in the drill press They are attached to the base using screws Machine safety Disk Sander Safety Glasses Hold wood firmly Large pieces of wood only Tie hair back if long Wear an apron Drill Press Wear saftey glasses No loose hair or clothing Wear an apron Woodwork Hand Tools Tenon Saw The tenon saw is used for straight cuts in small pieces of wood. You have to make sure that hands are not near the cutting edge, and that wood is clamped securely when cutting. Steel Ruler The steel ruler is used for marking out and measuring. It also has a straight edge for checking if wood is straight. The ruler sharp edges can be dangerous and the ruler needs to e used carefully. Hitting it against anything can e damage its straight edge. Try Square The try square is set to 90 degrees. This is to ensure that the whole job is “square” and that all pieces fit together properly. If the try squares are dropped or hit against anything they will no longer be 90 degrees and are costly to replace Jack Plane The jack plane slices wood away, thin amounts at a time. The blade is razor sharp and hands need to be kept away fro the blade. There is also the chance of pinching fingers with the jack plane, although the main risk is being cut by the blade. Hammer The hammer is for hitting in nails. The main injury is pinching fingers when hit by the hammer. The head of the hammer is heavy and care must be taken when using it.

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Transcript: The Front car By Ilona Martin, Gaêl Le Page and Mila Pérani Pérard what it is for ? summary 1................................................................ The invention 2.............................................................. How it works ? 3.............................. How it has evolued over the years ? 4.............................. What it has changed in our lives ? 5................ Differences between the ancient version to the modern one. the invention February 21, 1804. The day the first train rolled on rails. Designed by the Englishman Richard Trevithick from a hammer, the first the front car, with 70 passengers on board, travels 15 km in 4 hours. how it works ? what it is works ? World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted The train is a railway rolling stock ensuring the transport of people or goods on a railway line. By extension, we call train the service that constitutes each of these transports, regular or not. The train is a mode of transport, carried out on railroad tracks. how it has evolued over the years ? Timeline 2010 high-speed train 1837 first electric train 1804 first train ever at Pen-y-Darren 1932 first diesel locomotives what it has changed in our lives ? Before, for the transport of goods and their movements, people used carts which functioned only with the force of their arms. Moreover, these type of transport were exhausting their users. Now, trains for our days make it possible to travel a long distance in a short time without physical effort while transporting either a large number of people or a big amount of goods. differences between the ancient version to the modern one Impact 1804. Richard Trevithick a British mining engineer, was the inventor in 1804 of the first steam locomotive. In 1879 in Berlin, Werner von Siemens ran a demonstration train towed by an electric locomotive on a 300 m circular circuit. This is the first electric train carrying passengers. In the late 1960s, when he began working for Brissonneau-et-Lotz, Jacques Cooper was asked to draw “a train that did not look like a train.” He designed the interior and exterior lines of the TGV 001 turbotrain, creating the "TGV style" very quickly.the difference between the forward trains of now is mainly the speed of the passengers. Resources used and travel time

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Transcript: -John Mark Heard (December 16, 1951 - August 16, 1992) - from Macon, Georgia -was a record producer, folk-rock singer, and songwriter - did guitar, singing and electric mandolin Genres: Jazz Tommy Johnson Black Sabbath Duke Ellington Cream Genres: Country -James Price Johnson, was born February 1, 1894 and died November 17, 1955) -from New Brunswick, New Jersey -American pianist and composer Genres: Blues -William "Smokey" Robinson, Jr. was born February 19, 1940 in Detroit, Michigan -American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, and former record executive -notable for being the founder and front man of the popular Motown vocal group, The Miracles The Yardbirds Genres: Rock, pop, pyschedelic rock, surf rock., experimental rock, baroque pop and art rock -Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby was born on May 3, 1903 in Tacoma, Washington and died October 14, 1977 - American singer and actor -active from 1926–1977 -multimedia star, from 1934 to 1954 Bing Crosby was a leader in record sales, radio ratings and motion picture grosses Genres: Blues, rhythm and blues, jazz, gospel, rock & roll, doo-wop, soul, funk -Ryland Peter "Ry" Cooder was born March 15, 1947 -from Los Angeles, California -musically active since 1967–present day -does guitar, mandolin, vocals and array mbira -from Indianapolis, Indiana -avtive since 1948 -curently consists of Brian Eichenberger,Curtis Calderon,Vince Johnson,Bob Ferreira, -male vocal band quartet that blended open-harmony jazz arrangements with the big band vocal group sounds of The Modernaires (Glenn Miller), The Pied Pipers (Tommy Dorsey), and The Mel-Tones (Artie Shaw), founded in a barbershop tradition - has had over 20 past band members George Hamilton IV Genres: Folk-rock Van Halen Genres: Orchestral jazz -Juliette Nadia Boulanger was born 16 September 1887 in Paris, France - French composer, conductor and teacher who taught many of the leading composers and musicians of the 20th century -taught at schools such as academies including the Juilliard School, the Yehudi Menuhin School, the Longy School, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music -died at 92 in 1979 Genres: Country and Pop Genres: R&B, soul, pop, adult contemporary Genres: Country The Beatles Genres: Orchestral jazz, swing, big band -from Ottawa, Ontario -active since 1967 -vocals and guitar -known for environmantalism and human rights projects Genres: Blues and R&B -Formed in 1968 as the New Yarbirds in London England -Consistng of Jimmy Page, Jon Bonham, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones -Sold over 200-300 million albums worldwide -Norma Deloris Egstrom was born on May 26, 1920 in Jamestown, North Dakota -died January 21, 2002 - American jazz and popular music singer, songwriter, composer, and actress in a career spanning six decades -wrote music for films, acted, and created conceptual record albums—encompassing poetry, jazz, chamber pop, and art songs -from West Hampstead London, England -Dubbed the White Queen of Soul - had 18 singles in the Billboard top 100 from 1964- 1978 -Named one of the best female rock artists of all time -formed in 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts -Consisting of Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford -Referred to as "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band" -Been preforming for over 42 years -Roy James Brown was a born on September 10 in San Fernando, California and died 1925 May 25, 1981 - American R&B singer, songwriter and musician, who had an influence on the early development of rock and roll by changing the direction ofR&B -he was a singer and composer -Active since 1961 -from Hawthorne, California -Consisting of Brian Wilson, Mike Love ,Al Jardine,Bruce Johnston and David Marks -Sold over 100 million copies since 1961 -When inducted into the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" Mick Jagger wrote a speech specifically for them Genres: Blues -Ioannis Alexandres Veliotes was born December 28, 1921 and died January 17, 2012 -Vallejo, California -commonly referred to as the "Godfather of Rhythm and Blues" -active from the 1930's-2000's -does piano, vibraphone, drums, percussion, and vocals Genres: Vocal jazz, jazz blues, torch songs, swing, blues Genres: Jazz - Joseph Vernon Turner Jr., was born on May 18, 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri and died November 24, 1985 -Also known asThe Boss of the Blues -American blues shouter -active from 1920 – 1980 - Leonard Franklin Slye was born on November 5, in Cincinnati, Ohio 1911 and died July 6, 1998 - American singer and cowboy actor, one of the most heavily marketed and merchandised stars of his era - nickname was "King of the Cowboys" Bruce Cockburn Genres: Blues, Texas blues, Chicago blues, jump blues, West Coast blues Genres: Rock, Blues, Blues Rock, Rhythm and Blues, Rock and Roll -Melvin Howard Tormé was born on September 13, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois and died June 5, 1999 -nicknamed The Velvet Fog -American musician, known for his jazz singing and he is also a jazz composer and arranger, a drummer, an actor in

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