Gurney's steam carriage, illustration

Gurney's steam carriage, illustration

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Caption: Gurney's steam carriage. 19th Century illustration showing the first practical steam carriage used in England passing through a town. This steam carriage was developed by the British inventor Goldsworthy Gurney (1793-1875) and could reach average speeds of 15 miles per hour.

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