- In which year did Queen Victoria's reign start?
- In 1851, which businessman arranged for 150,000 people to travel to the Great Exhibition in London?
- Florence Nightingale came to prominence while serving as a trainer and manager of nurses during which war?
- The world's first postage stamp, the Penny Black, lasted less than a year and in 1841 was replaced by which stamp?
- Which book, published in 1865, was inspired by a rowing trip up the River Isis in a boat? This day was known as the "golden afternoon," and prefaced the novel as a poem.
- True or false. Queen Victoria never met a single American president in office?
- Towards the end of the Victorian era, which Scottish city was famous for its three Js - Jute, Jam and Journalism?
- Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Charles Dickens were both born in which city?
- What's the last name of the British MP that championed maritime reforms and new safety regulations in the 1870s, especially against unseaworthy and overloaded vessels?
- Which decade saw the first section of the London Underground open and the death of Prince Albert?
- Thomas Cook (best known for founding the travel agency Thomas Cook & Son)
- The Crimean War
- The Penny Red
- Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
- Plimsoll (British MP Samuel Plimsoll is best remembered for having devised the Plimsoll line)
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