1800 in rail transport
|Years in rail transport|
This article lists events related to rail transport that occurred in 1800.
- Legbrannock Waggonway opened by William Dixon (senior) to move coal from Legbrannock colliery on the Woodhall Estate to the Monkland Canal at Calderbank, an early example of a railway in Scotland.
- July 15 – Sidney Breese, U.S. senator from Illinois known as the "father of the Illinois Central Railroad" (d. 1878).
- July 29 – George Bradshaw, English cartographer, printer and publisher and the originator of the railway timetable (d. 1853).
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