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        Bicycle Locomotive | Evolution of the Railroad (Engine)

        1889: The Boynton bicycle locomotive, a steam monorail built in portland, Maine, and tested on a track built on a portion of road owned by the Seabeach and Coney Island Railroad at Gravesend, Brooklyn. The inventors designed the train to save in weight, friction and the powerlost in turning corners.

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