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Travel and Tourism in the Industrial Revolution

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Siddharth Choudhary

on 19 March 2014

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Travel and Tourism in the Industrial Revolution
By: Siddharth Choudhary
Why was Transportation important?
Transportation helped to move raw material like coal and Iron
Shipping materials was really important in the revolution
They started to advance transportation (railway, Boats etc)
Before and After. (travel)
Before they could only travel by horse or on foot
Later on they created railways and boat engines (These were steam engines)
It was a faster and also a safer way to transport materials
Developing the transportation increased tourism because it was easier, safer and faster to travel. This wasn't why transportation was developed it was developed for moving raw materials. transportation wasn't developed for travel but was developed for moving raw materials.
James Watt’s development the steam engine. He developed the steam engine to make a big impact on the industrial revolution and he did. From his steam engine they developed many transportation like the railway and the boat engine.
Tourism was affected a lot from the industrial revolution. People could travel faster and safer, so this increased tourism. Also knowing the fact it was cheaper
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