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Transport InfrastructurePlay
Refers to essential structures built for train travel, often significant in a region's development. SlideThe transcontinental railroad was vital for America's westward expansion.
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Fixed RoutesPlay
Railroads follow predetermined paths and cannot be altered like road routes. SlideGoods often arrive quicker by railroad due to fixed routes without traffic.
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Historical SignificancePlay
In history, railroads symbolized progress and connected distant places. SlideSettlers traveled west seeking new lives, aided by the railroad.