By. Brandon Bowen
   Biking was mainly for the middle class or    children.   It was made before the carriage so when it first    came out...
   They were very popular at the time but only    for the upper class.   They were a very good way of transportation    ...
   The closed carriage was very expensive when it    came out and only upper class would have    carriages.   The carria...
   The open horse carriage was not as expensive    as the closed carriage but it was still expensive.   They were used w...
   Walking was the most common way of    transportation.   It was manly for all classes but manly for the    lower class...
   The London bridge was another way to get    across the river.   Most people walked or rode bikes across the    bridge.
   The train started to come into play near the end    of the Victorian era.   More then not people walked or rode bikes...
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Transportation from the victorian era

  1. 1. By. Brandon Bowen
  2. 2.  Biking was mainly for the middle class or children. It was made before the carriage so when it first came out it was very expensive. Biking was a very common way of transportation in the Victorian era.
  3. 3.  They were very popular at the time but only for the upper class. They were a very good way of transportation but were very expensive.
  4. 4.  The closed carriage was very expensive when it came out and only upper class would have carriages. The carriage manly attached to a horse with a driver at the front of the carriage. The closed carriage was used when it was bad weather.
  5. 5.  The open horse carriage was not as expensive as the closed carriage but it was still expensive. They were used when the weather was nice.
  6. 6.  Walking was the most common way of transportation. It was manly for all classes but manly for the lower class. It was the easiest way of transportation
  7. 7.  The London bridge was another way to get across the river. Most people walked or rode bikes across the bridge.
  8. 8.  The train started to come into play near the end of the Victorian era. More then not people walked or rode bikes to get where they wanted.

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