IIf you travelled this morning, thank an engineer. Engineers solve
problems to make life easier. One major problem at the start of the
20th century was inner city travel. Rails were expensive and
obviously limited where a tram could go, but how could they do away
with rails? Another problem was how to move a tram without horses.
Read how the cities of Bradford and Leeds became so unhappy with
the trams-without-rails they had bought that they actually set
about building their own. The book contains images of working
models, and asks; * Why was driving them was so difficult? * What
was the 'Diddler' It also contains details of how you can make your
own electric motor with some cheap, everyday household items. With
details of the very first British tram-without-rails and an audio
version included, welcome to the fascinating history of this part
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