We have put together 20 questions about different types transport from around the world. With questions ranging from when they where introduced through to identifying modern wonders of the transport world, we think that 14/20 would be the score to beat. Good Luck.
Concorde's first two scheduled flights were from London and Paris in 1973. Which city was the destination of the Paris based Concorde?
Which station is the London terminus for Eurostar, connecting the UK to mainland Europe?
Oasis of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas and various other ships ending in 'of the Seas' are owned and operated by which company?
What type of plane is pictured below?
From the countries listed below, which DOES NOT drive on the left hand side of the road?
Sputnik, the first satellite to go into space was closest in size to?
What nickname was given to the Shinkansen high-speed trains of Japan because of their appearance and speed?
Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in which country?
What is the name of the supersonic plane which serviced intercontinental passengers from 1976 through 2003?
The first manned hot air balloon flight took place in 1783, in what country?
In a canal, locks are areas where:
The Blue Train is a luxurious train service that makes a 1600 km journey across South Africa. Which two cities does it travel between?
With the tallest of its towers reaching 343 m, the Millau Viaduct is the worlds tallest bridge. In which country would you find it?
Which ocean liner was retired from service in December 1967 and was sold to the city of Long Beach, California, where it still remains today?
The first elevator was developed in 1853, in which city would you find it?
Starting on boxing day, yachts race from Sydney Harbour to which city every year?
The worlds first underground railway open in 1863 in which city?
In what year was the Channel Tunnel, connecting the UK and France opened?
Garuda is the national airline of which country?
According to world bank figures, what country has the most cars per person in the world?
San Marino, a small republic in Northern Italy has 1,263 cars per 1,000 people.