The invention of the train started in the 1800s by a few industrious men; James Watt, Oliver Evans, Matthew Murray, Richard Trevithick and George Stephenson. These creative geniuses put the train on track to what we have today.
The first type of train was the steam-powered locomotive. It was developed in Great Britain in the 19th century and was still used in the 20th century. After the end of World War II came the faster and more powerful diesel-fueled locomotive. These are still used today, but in combination with the cleaner more efficient electric engines.
Amazon Free Book Promotion Program. As part of their Kindle Book Promotion programs Amazon allows the publishers of Kindle books to have free promotions periodically directly through Amazon’s store. This promotion is facilitated by Amazon and neither Amazon, the book author, nor the book publisher get sales revenue from these promotions. The Publisher and Author hope to generate reviews and discussions about books via this promotion system. See Amazon.com Direct Publishing and Free Book Promotions on Amazon.com for more details. We have access to the promotions from Twilight Publishing (http://twilightpublishing.com) and the Authors at the Children’s book site: http://areadingplace.com A Reading Place and offer these dates with their permission. To get your book, you simply go to the Amazon sales page for the kindle book on the designated day, and make the purchase at $0.00 during the promotional hours (on the designated days). Promotions by A Reading Place, typically last between 1-3 days and they continuously vary. Usually there are between 1-7 books per week available in their program so watch back for more as we hope to publish all their book promotions here. There are 102 Children’s Non-fiction Kindle books in the program, Collect them all. You may share posts with this information and share the dates (with Grandparents and Friends for example). Amazon and Kindle are trademarks of Amazon.com or its affiliates.