Sunday, February 28, 2010
Travel Changes Time
Their were no time zones before 19th century. Time was measured with the sun position and differed even in neighbour towns. Introduction of the time zones evolved due to emergence of railroad fast transport in the UK. Making a timetable for trains was impossible without some unified time measuring.
It was railway companies who lobbied a single time zone for the UK. Then the system started to spread all over the world.