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This is the correct response. St. Louis WAS one of the biggest transportation centers when the easiest freight transport was riverboat. But as railroads expanded, St. Louis wanted to protect it’s riverboat industry and didn’t allow as many railroad connections into St. Louis. This caused more railroads to route into Chicago, and then both Chicago and the rail system took off. It doesn’t. China was desperately poor as recently as the 1970s and had a very thin rail network. Since then they have focused on building the Camping I Drink And I Grill Things That’s What I Do Shirt most valuable lines. Unlike Europe where there is a 200-year history of building lines that might not be worth building in current conditions. Many of them when there were no road vehicles to compete with trains.
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