Inverted Tee Railroad Track

English engineer, Charles Vignoles invented the modern inverted T iron railroad track in 1835.

Date:
      1835
Name(s):
      Charles Vignoles
Occupation:
      Engineer
Location:
      England


Additional Information:

  • Rail fastening system – Wikipedia
    A rail fastening system is a means of fixing rails to railroad ties (North America) or sleepers The … In the 1830s Robert L. Stevens invented the flanged ‘tee’ rail (actually a distorted I beam), which had a flat bottom and required no chair; a similar design was the contemporary bridge rail (of inverted U section with a bottom …
  • Track (rail transport) – Wikipedia
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