Trains d'aujourd'hui Texte de Jean Riverain Hard Cover Copyright 1963

Trains d'aujourd'hui Texte de Jean Riverain Hard Cover Copyright 1963

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Trains d'aujourd'hui Texte de Jean Riverain Hard Cover Copyright 1963
 
Trains daujourdhui Texte de Jean Riverain Hard Cover Copyright 1963 Many color illustrations
Le chemin de fer cst ne de cette idee simple : d'une part, it r a le rail, cette orniere en relief utilisee depuis le temps Plienri IV dans les mines anglaises, invention d'un sieur Beaumont, qui faisait rouler ainsi, sans trop d'efforts pour les cheTaux, des chariots de charbon. D'autre part, depuis Papin, r a la machine a vapeur... Qu'arriverait-il si l'on faisait rouler e char de feu de Papin sur des rails ?
Idee simple, comme touter les idees qui ont bouleverse le nonde et la vie des hommes.
Quel est le premier qui eut cette idee ? Its etaient deux : Treritchick et Vivian. Le 24 fevrier 1804, darts le pays de Galles, ntre les forges de Penydarran et la localite d'Albercynon, le ong d'un canal, circule cet objet nouveau : un vehicule a quatre oues dentees, pour mieux mordre sur le rail, crachant feu et lammes par sa haute cheminee, muni d'une sorte de bras l'acier qui, se demenant, imprime aux quatre roues le mouvenent. Ce char avait assez de force pour tirer apres lui cinq 'agons charges de dix tonnes de fer et dans lesquels avaient pris )lace soixante-dix hommes. Hier, ecrit Trevitchick a un ami, tolls avons accompli notre voyage avec la machine. Nous avons .raine 5 wagons et 70 hommes. C'est environ 9 milles que nous avons parcourus en quatre heures cinq minutes. Nous avons tbattre quelques arbres et deplacer de la route plusieurs gros rochers. La machine a marche environ a 5 mines a l'heure. Pendant aotre retour, un des petits boulons qui fixait l'axe de la chaudiere a saute et a laisse echapper l'eau bouillante. Cela a empla machine de rentrer aux forges...
En 1808, la locomotive de Trevitchick, revue et corrigee, aommee plaisamment Catch me who can (m'attrape qui peut), est devenue attraction foraine. Tout autour d'un petit cirque, elle promene dans une voiture les audacieux qui, pour quelques pence, s'offrent ainsi le bapteme du rail. La nouvelle machine emerveille et fait peur. Avec ses haletements et ses sueurs,
ses fientes de feu , comme ecrira Hugo, elle parait moins une machine qu'une bete fabuleuse, imprudemment engendree par les sorciers Trevitchick et Vivian.
Aujourd'hui, peut-on lire dans les journaux anglais, en date du 27 septembre 1827, un char a feu, trainant apres lui cinq wagons, inaugurera son service regulier de la Bare de Stockton a celle de Darlington. Ainsi l'invention nouvelle a cesse d'une attraction de foire pour concurrencer le cheval et devenir un moyen de transport, a l'avenir encore incertain. En France, la premiere ligne reguliere sera ouverte le ler octobre 1828 pour unir Andrezieux a Saint-Etienne. Une caricature de Daumier, parue cette occasion dans le Charivari, montre des postillons de diligence dont le nez - a la vue d'un train defilant sur l'horizon - s'est prodigieusement allonge. Image sans parole, et assez doquente. L'ere du cheval a commence sa courbe descendante. Une autre Arend son essor.
Trains of today ' hu text of Jean Riverain Hard Cover Copyright 1963
Railway TSA do this simple idea: on the one hand, it r a rail, this "rut embossed" used since time Plienri IV in British mines, invention of a sieur Beaumont, who was rolling so, without too much effort for the cheTaux coal carts. Papin, r has the steam machine... What would happen if one was to ride e chariot of Papin on rails?
Simple idea, as touter ideas that have upset the nonderogation and the lives of the men.
What is the first one that came up with this idea? Its were two: Treritchick and Vivian. February 24, 1804, darts Wales, etween the forges Penydarran and the town of Albercynon, the NGOs of a canal, runs this new object: a vehicle has four oues toothed, for better bite on the rail, spitting fire and blades by its high fireplace, with a kind of arm steel which is demenant, prints to all four wheels the efforts. This tank had enough force to pull after him five ' agons ten tons of iron and in which charges had taken) lace seventy men. "Yesterday, writes Trevitchick has a friend, tolls have made our trip with the machine. We have .raine 5 wagons and 70 men. It is approximately 9 miles that we have traversed in four hours five minutes. We have tbattre a few trees and moving the road several boulders. The machine a market about 5 mine has the time. During aotre return, one of the bolts which set the axis of the boiler has jumped and left avoided boiling water. This prevents the machine to return to des forges...
In 1808, the Trevitchick locomotive, reviewed and corrected, aommee pleasantly Catch me who can (catch me who can), became fair attraction. All around a small circus, she walk in a car the bold, for a few pence, available so the baptism of the rail. The new machine emerveille and scares. With his gasps and his sweats, his "fire droppings", as will Hugo, it seems less a machine than a fabulous beast, recklessly generated by the sorcerers Trevitchick and Vivian.
"Today, can be read in English newspapers, dated September 27, 1827, a tank gun, trailing after him five cars, will inaugurate its regular of the Bare of Stockton service to that of Darlington. '' Thus the new invention has ceased to be a fair attraction to compete with the horse and become a means of transport, has the still uncertain future. In France, the first regular line will open the 1st October 1828 to unite Andrhas Saint-Etienne. A caricature of Daumier, published this occasion in the Charivari, watch the postilions of care with the nose - a view of a train scrolling on the horizon - prodigiously lengthens. Image without words, and quite doquente. The era of the horse has started its downward curve. An another Arend flourished.

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