How Has Transport Changed in the Last 100 Years?


Transport has changed immensely in the last 100 years. The horse and carriage mode of transport was phased out by the steam engines: rafts and log boats were replaced by ships: motor vehicles came into existence and phased out the horse: the bicycle came about to ease transport and there was the introduction of air travel, which has speeded up travelling times. Electric trains are now available for faster land travels.
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