Historical artwork of a steam carriage

Historical artwork of a steam carriage

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Credit: GEORGE BERNARD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Steam-powered carriage. Historical artwork of a working model of the Burstall and Hill steam- powered carriage. It travelled at 4 miles per hour. Water from a cistern (A) under the carriage is heated in the boiler (B), producing steam which travels along a pipe (E) to the carriage's engines. The conductor (far right) directs the carriage using a steering wheel (C). This artwork is from an 1828 edition of the Glasgow Chronicle.

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Keywords: art, boiler, burstall, carriage, engine, hill, historical, history, history of science, land, steam, steam carriage, steam engine, technology, transport, transportation

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