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    Baltimore-Ohio The First Passenger Railway Line

    Published: December 22, 2018

    In 22 December 1829, B&O presented the first American-made locomotives to the people.

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    Baltimore-Ohio The First Passenger Railway Line

    • 1. Baltimore-Ohio The First Passenger Railway Line Baltimore-Ohio The First Passenger Railway Line
    • 2. The First Passenger Railway Line In 1827, the B&O was the first officially established carrier train. They managed to build 10,000 km of rail. The First Passenger Railway Line
    • 3. First American-made Locomotive First American-made Locomotive In 22 December 1829, B&O presented the first American- made locomotives to the people.
    • 4. First American-made Locomotive First American-made Locomotive It was the first locomotive to carry both passengers and cargo. In the same year, it appeared on the Clare Mountain. In 1844, it was said that Samuel F. B. Morse took the famous telegraph message from this station.
    • 5. B&O’s Slogan B&O’s Slogan Baltimore and Ohio, with 13 major states merging with Baltimore. This is the slogan that B & O has been using for years. B & O, the first carrier rail that was officially created in 1827. I had to rely on a much more solid line through the way of choice in Maryland and West Virginia.
    • 6. First Part Of The Line First Part Of The Line The first and the oldest railway in the united states was built in 1830 with the opening of the first section on the baltimore and ohio railways mostly in baltimore the newly built erie canal and the city of philadelphia.
    • 7. First Part Of The Line First Part Of The Line The other regions were given the regions connecting them. when it was first built it was considered a free structure. It changed according to the time.
    • 8. The First Section  The First Section With the opening of the first section in 1830 in Baltimore and Ohio Railway, the first and oldest railway in the United States was built, this is mostly the city of Baltimore, the newly built Erie Channel and Philadelphia.
    • 9. The First Section  The First Section Another channel linking Philadelphia and Pittsburgh was proposed. When it was first built, it was considered a free structure. It changed according to those times.
    • 10. Potomac River Potomac River He had to cross over to the junction of the Potomac River to proceed to the West and pass to Virginia. From there, he passed through the Harpers Ferry from Virginia and headed to and from Maryland to reach Cumberland, just west of the intersection of the Patterson Creek and the Western Branch of the Potomac River.
    • 11. Chicago’s Line Chicago’s Line Once the connection to Chicago was established, it could have been better prepared for a better Pennsylvania railway after a better eastern connection in Philadelphia and New York, and if it could be prepared then it would be the ruler of the city roads.
    • 12. The Only Way To Connections The Only Way To Connections The only way for B&O to reach New York was through friendly connections on Philadelphia and Reading and New Jersey Central Railway.
    • 13. The Only Way To Connections The Only Way To Connections What was known as the Blue Road was in fact a patchwork with links, and passengers had to get off to Manhattan from CNJ's Jersey City Terminal by ferry along the Hudson River.
    • 14. Cities Connects M&C had no ties with B&O, but Baltimore considered it important to connect him to the Midwest. He's funding him first. Athens has become one of the cities that connects Cincinnati. Cities Connects
    • 15. THANK YOU THANK YOU