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It operated locomotive-hauled trains with three carriages, initially without windows, because it was thought that passengers would not need to know where they were if they were in tunnels.

The UK's only elevated railway opened in 1893 in Liverpool.

Automatic and electric light signals was also a first for the railway.

The presence of the "El" helped Liverpool earn the nickname "Britain's North American City".

The Liverpool Overhead Railway was the world's fourth metro and was the world's first fully formed elevated railway to run electric trains from the start.

The LOR pioneered Electric Multiple Units of three car trains.

However, smoke from steam engines collected in the tunnels, leading to an uncomfortable passenger experience.The opening of London's City & South London Railway in 1890 overcame the smoke problem by using electric traction and by the First World War, had led to the development of electric underground railways in Athens, Berlin, Boston, Buenos Aires, Budapest, Glasgow, Hamburg, Liverpool, New York City, Paris, and Philadelphia.In the 21st century, China became the world's leader by number of rapid transit systems as well as the fastest growth of such systems, and many other cities in other Asian countries also began construction on their own metropolitan transit systems.Budapest opened the first electrified underground line on the continent, the M1, in 1896.It ran from Gizella tér (now Vörösmarty tér, the city centre) to City Park and the local zoo, a distance of 3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi).The first urban underground railway was the Metropolitan Railway, which began operations on January 10, 1863.