George Stephenson developed the first steam locomotive.

What Do You Know about the Guy Who Invented the Steam Locomotive Engine?

Stamp: Locomotion No. 1 (1825), by George Stephenson (Albania) (190th Anniversary of the First Locomotive) Mi:AL 3494,Sn:AL 2971d,Yt:AL 3163

Stamp: Locomotion No. 1 (1825), by George Stephenson (Albania) (190th Anniversary of the First Locomotive) Mi:AL 3494,Sn:AL 2971d,Yt:AL 3163

George Stephenson ♦ Inventor. He designed the famous and historically important steam-powered locomotive named Rocket, and is known as the father of British steam railways.

George Stephenson ♦ Inventor. He designed the famous and historically important steam-powered locomotive named Rocket, and is known as the father of British steam railways.

George Stephenson not only invented the first railway engine, but set the standard gauge of railways at 4 fee 8 1/2 inches, still used today

George Stephenson not only invented the first railway engine, but set the standard gauge of railways at 4 fee 8 1/2 inches, still used today

George Stephenson who was the prolific builder of the first trains at the end of the Regency Era

George Stephenson who was the prolific builder of the first trains at the end of the Regency Era

Cucumber Slicer  Silver plate; c. 1830  Probably designed by George Stephenson    Cucumber slicers (made from Sheffield plate) were possibly the idea of George Stephenson, the celebrated train engineer, who lived a few miles south of Sheffield. He was an enthusiastic gardener and took great pleasure in growing straight cucumbers which he did by using a large glass tube.

Cucumber Slicer Silver plate; c. 1830 Probably designed by George Stephenson Cucumber slicers (made from Sheffield plate) were possibly the idea of George Stephenson, the celebrated train engineer, who lived a few miles south of Sheffield. He was an enthusiastic gardener and took great pleasure in growing straight cucumbers which he did by using a large glass tube.

Steam Locomotive George Stephenson Rocket | George Stephenson's Rocket train, the ...

Steam Locomotive George Stephenson Rocket | George Stephenson's Rocket train, the ...

"Everywhere Live" by George Stephenson Bradford Ellis Moulik Naik was added to my Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify

"Everywhere Live" by George Stephenson Bradford Ellis Moulik Naik was added to my Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify

Ce livre-jeu regroupe sept panoramas fourmillants de petits personnages et de détails au sein desquels les lecteurs sont invités à retrouver une quarantaine d'inventeurs ayant marqué l'histoire du monde, depuis Cai Lun jusqu'à Neil Armstrong en passant par Isaac Newton, Samuel Morse, les frères Lumière, Humpry Davy, Michael Faraday, Louis Pasteur, Rudolf Diesel ou encore George Stephenson

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George Stephenson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

George Stephenson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The ‘Father of Railways’, George Stephenson, built the first commercial locomotive and railways, setting a standard adopted worldwide. He also grew straight cucumbers competitively, married three times and may be why we call people from Newcastle, ‘Geordies’.

The ‘Father of Railways’, George Stephenson, built the first commercial locomotive and railways, setting a standard adopted worldwide. He also grew straight cucumbers competitively, married three times and may be why we call people from Newcastle, ‘Geordies’.

FREE Famous People Mini Quiz Pack Volume 2 – Inventors. What do George Stephenson, Matthias William Baldwin, Richard Trevithick, and Peter Cooper all have in common? They were all inventors whose inventions changed the way we live our lives and do our work today. But what did they invent, and why? Learn about these men, their inventions, and what the world was like in their day with this mini quiz pack that is perfect for upper middle school and high school students.

FREE Famous People Mini Quiz Pack Volume 2 – Inventors. What do George Stephenson, Matthias William Baldwin, Richard Trevithick, and Peter Cooper all have in common? They were all inventors whose inventions changed the way we live our lives and do our work today. But what did they invent, and why? Learn about these men, their inventions, and what the world was like in their day with this mini quiz pack that is perfect for upper middle school and high school students.

https://flic.kr/p/xXaQA7 | Pub sign for The George Stephenson Inn - Great Lime Road West Moor Newcastle Upon Tyne Tyne & Wear England

https://flic.kr/p/xXaQA7 | Pub sign for The George Stephenson Inn - Great Lime Road West Moor Newcastle Upon Tyne Tyne & Wear England

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