A RETIRED shopkeeper died after being "catapulted" into a road from his horse drawn cart
, an inquest heard yesterday.
Armed with bells and rattles one RAF band toured the streets on a horse drawn cart
while the WAAF also formed impromptu bands.
The old stationary steam engine uses a belt to power the threshing machine, while a horse drawn cart
stands by with water to replenish the boiler.
A BOLLYWOOD extravaganza and buskers joining together as they parade through the city centre in horse drawn carts
are among a summer of Capital of Culture events.
The third day was given over to the 'Great Cheese Fair of the North' where 500 tons of cheese was brought in 400 horse drawn carts
Elaborate buildings, horse drawn carts
and an antiquated tram system - that goes so slowly that you can cover the distance at twice its average speed on foot - encourage one to get out and explore the narrow streets and bazaars.
It was a common sight to see horse drawn carts
loaded with furniture heading to Springtown Camp from all parts of Derry.
In those pre-war days, horses were an important part of everyday life, with horse drawn carts
used for deliveries by bakers, milkmen and breweries - who would use Shire horses, as well as by 'midden men' cleaning toilets.
Millions of Roman Catholic devotees paraded with the Black Nazarene under a massive police cordon after Philippine President Benigno Aquino III warned terrorists might target the raucous annual procession BOSNIA Coal for heating carried in horse drawn carts