The industrial revolution was an interval in Britain from the middle 18th hundred years to the 19th century where many new innovations led to changes in the general infrastructure of the united states. This improved sociable and economical conditions in the United Kingdom before spreading worldwide. Mechanical executive is often cited being the main professional practice during this time period but out of the many innovations during this time period, there have been many useful contributions from civil executive. Coalbrookdale in 1709 is generally thought to be the birthplace of the revolution. There is an abundance of coal and industry in areas in Shropshire, but there is no bridge over the River Severn to carry goods and folks. In 1776 Ruler George III awarded permission for a toll bridge to be built in the river, which was created by local architect Thomas Pritchard.