How Did the Victorians Travel?


The Victorians lived over one hundred and fifty years ago during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837 to 1901). There were no cars. People either walked, travelled by boat or train or used coach horses to move from place to place.
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The Victorians traveled by boat, train, coach horses or they trekked. There were no vehicles or cars used in the Victorian time. Victorian time is the period where Queen Victoria was ruling, between 1837-1901.
The Victorians mode of travel was: horse-drawn carriages, steam ships, steam trainsand sometimes rode their bicycles. The Victorian period refers to the duration in which Queen Victoria reigned in England.
The Victorians travelled mainly by railway transport. This was despite them being originally built to transport goods to their factories. Railways brought new foods to towns and cities and also meant people could travel easily around the country for the first time!
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