Who invented the refrigerated railroad car&in what year?

Answer J.B. Sutherland of Detroit, Michigan, is credited as the inventor of the refrigerated railroad car and was awarded the patent for the refrigerated railroad car in 1867, although more primitive form... Read More »

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Who Invented Refrigerated Railroad Cars?

The development of the railroad was a breakthrough for the growth of the United States, both geographically and economically. It became possible to go from New York to San Francisco in a matter of ... Read More »

What year was the railroad invented?

The earliest evidence of wheeled vehicles on a paved track goes back to ancient Rome, while wooden wagon-ways, which were precursors to modern railroads, were built in Germany in the 16th century. ... Read More »

Do Sweet Potatoes Last Longer Refrigerated or Non-Refrigerated?

A sweet potato, sometimes referred to as a yam, is only very distantly related to a regular white potato. The relationship between a true yam, found in Asia, and a sweet potato is even more distant... Read More »

Who Invented the Railroad Coupler?

Eli Janney, an American Civil War Confederate veteran, invented the first semi-automatic railroad coupler in 1868. This device allowed railway cars to be locked together without forcing the railway... Read More »