Victorian inventions drew hughes May 7th

The mass production of steel was a great leap in the not only in the industrial revolution but it also played a part in most of the other great innovations time period.
The mass production of steel and the new abundance of coal made steam engines very popular for transporting people and goods.
The ability to make Large ships to transport large quantities of raw materials for trade was a step in the right direction for the Victorian economy
The calculations that predicted Uranus were the first time anything like this had been done and it was a huge step for the astronomy aspect of the Victorian era
The discovery of microorganisms was a huge leap discovery considering it told people where the cholera virus was coming from and it let them know what water was safe to drink
Things like cars and flushing toilets were uncommon and were mainly used by the rich but both became very prominent in basically all civilized places in the years to come


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