When Was the First Train Invented?

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The first train was invented in 1822 by an English engineer/inventor named George Stephenson. The train had a steam engine that ran on coal and wood. Today solar power or electricity operates the train. In 1825 the first public train in the world was operated.
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The first train was invented in the early 1820's. This was the invention of George Stephenson, an English engineer. He pioneered the concept of a train that ran on tracks and the locomotive engine. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockton_and_Darlington_Railway
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