The World’s first traffic light

Mandela Effect:

The first traffic light appeared in 1908

New timeline: There was one as far back as 1868

The first traffic light, in 1868, outside the Houses of Parliament in London, was gas, and it was operated by a policeman next to it. It organized otherwise chaotic horse and cart traffic, prior to automobiles entirely.

“Stop” was still red.

The first one blew up though, per a gas leak.

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