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English engineer who built the first railway locomotive (1771-1833)

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The trust helped establish a heritage trail - the Trevithick Trail - along the tramroad and is carrying out a feasibility study into a Merthyr Tydfil Summer Heritage Festival.
David Murdin, the company marketing director, said, 'We are delighted to bring a new hotel and restaurant to Camborne and we can't wait to welcome our guests to the Trevithick Inn Table Table restaurant and Premier Inn in January.
Efficient under floor heating will be incorporated in the Trevithick Inn to avoid the need for radiators; solar PV panels will provide electricity and electric car charging points will be installed in the car park.
It seems likely that some connection existed between the display of a Trevithick locomotive in London and the design of Novelty, as locomotives were rare in southeastern England.
The Mondeo was discovered abandoned on the estate at the top end of Trevithick Street later that evening.
1804 - British engineer Richard Trevithick demonstrated the first steam engine to run on rails.
Biochemistry professor John Trevithick, of Canada's University of Western Ontario, who led the study, said: 'We were surprised one drink of beer or stout contributed an equal amount of antioxidant benefit as wine.
Disc jockey turned pop producer Pete Waterman named a Welsh loco Richard Trevithick,in honour of the man who pioneered rail travel.
The inventor was Richard Trevithick, the son of a Cornish mine captain who successfully converted his steam-powered traction engines from road to rail.
Rich, dark ales and stout like Guinness contain a lot of antioxidants, and antioxidants appear to prevent cataract development," said John Trevithick, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Western Ontario in London.
Muriel Gibson, 52, of Trevithick Camborne in Cornwall has been accused of the murder of Portadown man Adrian Lamph.
Beer is chock full of antioxidants, and antioxidants are really good for you,'' said Colleen Trevithick, 23, a second-year Ph.
Though the paper seems to focus on Winsted, Editor Alan Trevithick says he's getting more submissions from Torrington and other nearby communities.
In this new book James Trevithick has done an admirable job in re-examining the contribution of Keynes and in providing a powerful re-statement of the fundamental tenets of Keynesianism.