What did George Stephenson invent?
What did the Killingworth locomotives do?
Billy was initially fabricated and assembled at Killingworth Colliery's West Moor workshops under the supervision of George Stephenson, about four miles from Stephenson Railway Museum in North Shields. The engine was used to haul waggons carrying coal from Killingworth Colliery to the River Tyne.
Killingworth Billy | Stephenson Steam Railway
What was the name of the first steam locomotive?
The first full-scale working railway steam locomotive, was the 3 ft (914 mm) gauge Coalbrookdale Locomotive, built by Trevithick in 1802.
Steam locomotive - Wikipedia
Who constructed a locomotive called the blutcher?
Blücher (often spelled Blutcher) was built by George Stephenson in 1814; the first of a series of locomotives that he designed in the period 1814–16 which established his reputation as an engine designer and laid the foundations for his subsequent pivotal role in the development of the railways.
Killingworth locomotives - Wikipedia