When was the first train that could go from the east coast to the west coast built?

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    The first Transcontinental railroad, known as the Pacific Railroad, was constructed between 1863 and completed on May 10 1869. The railroad was built after President Lincoln issued a Executive order. This line extended from Omaha, Nebraska to Sacramento, California. This railroad linked the west with rail lines in existence on the eastern seaboard.

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