Steam road

Steam road

A term used near the end of the nineteenth century for public conveyances running on a track and using steam power to move the car(s).
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Karl Lanz, who continued to expand the product line, introducing steam road engines and other machines.
To create staff areas at schools Steam, Steam Road 8, SE-830 21 Tandsbyn, we intend to hire modules for a period up to 5 years.
A 15-ton steam road roller was driven up to the Gazette office windows and attached by a long belt to the printing press to ensure the paper was printed.
Oiva Turpeinen examines the potential of steam railways and steam road vehicles in early eighteenth-century Russia.
And it also took Selwyn Copley the best part of eight hours to complete the 'epic' journey on his 1922 Burrel Steam road roller - but he loved every minute of it.
A show home is open on Steam Road, Thursdays to Mondays, telephone 08450 263 931.
In 1801 he produced a steam road locomotive called the Puffing Devil.
I recall seeing the two city council steam road rollers.
Before that, in 1784, Scottish engineer William Murdoch put together a three-wheeled steam road car while he was working for a company erecting steam pumps in Cornwall.
Between 1891 and 1907, Edward Wright was granted eight patents related to steam road rollers.
The club told her the date had not been confirmed in writing, so the slot had gone to the Model Steam Road Vehicle Society for its annual event.