GEORGE STEPHENSON - and First Steam Rail Engine.

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George Stephenson build the world's first public railways: the Stockton and Darlington railway in 1825 and the Liverpool-Manchester railway in 1830. Stephenson was the chief engineer for several of the railways.

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