|Covid-19|May 24 – Monmouth Railway authorised by Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom for a railway or tramroad from the Forest of Dean to Monmouth, on the Welsh Borders, including provision to charge for passengers.
The Leiper Railroad connecting Crum Creek to Ridley Creek, Pennsylvania opens.
January 3 – Henry Keyes, president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 1869–1870 (d. 1870).
April 15 – Whitmell P. Tunstall, first president of the Richmond and Danville Railroad (d. 1854).
April 17 – Isaac Dripps, mechanical engineer for the Camden and Amboy Railroad who assembled the John Bull (d. 1892).
June 12 – David Levy Yulee, Florida railroad executive (d. 1886).
July 27 – H. H. Hunnewell, director for Illinois Central Railroad 1862-1871, president of Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railroad, president of Kansas City, Lawrence and Southern Railroad, is born (died 1902).
September 19 – Thomas Nickerson, president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 1874–1880 (d. 1892).
Joseph Harrison, Jr., partner in the American steam locomotive manufacturing firm of Eastwick and Harrison (d. 1874).
William S. Hudson, superintendent of American steam locomotive manufacturing firm of Rogers, Ketchum and Grosvenor (d. 1881).
1810 in rail transport Wikipedia
This article lists events related to rail transport that occurred in 1810.