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The first electric telegraph Walk of London

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This walk takes you between the two points in London where the first demonstration of the electric telegraph took place. The telegraph was invented and patented by CHarles Wheatstone and Fothergill Cook in 1837. The demo took place on July 25 of 1837. The path of this walk does not follow the exact flow of the messages, but brings you aolong some interesting places.

The walk starts and ends at a subway station.



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United Kingdom - View all walking routes in this country | 4 stars | 1.86 mi
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