horse-drawn vehicle


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a wheeled vehicle drawn by one or more horses

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The museum's collection of horse-drawn vehicles was based on the private carriage collection of Toowoomba businessman and philanthropist W R.
Done well, a restored horse-drawn vehicle looks exactly like it was when first built, but it is nothing more than a silhouette of the original--useful to demonstrate how it looked as a new vehicle, but lacking in the real stuff.
It's a trend that was anticipated some 37 years ago, when a young man heeded the advice of his blacksmith grandfather and went into the business of making, repairing and restoring horse-drawn vehicles.
A horse-drawn vehicle owned by London's Star Omnibus Company, founded in 1891 by Solomon Andrews, below
He had a horse-drawn vehicle in which he carried groceries.
During a parade the ladies were accompanied by a marching band, a horse-drawn vehicle and some lucky WI members rode in a stunning replica Edwardian Armstrong Whitworth car.
In a world before cars took over the roads, we see carefree folk strolling around with only the occasional horse-drawn vehicle to avoid.
acquired his first horse-drawn vehicle, a John Deere Reliance buggy.
An authentic horse-drawn vehicle, in good condition, complete with shafts, if you fancy a journey with an equine pal, can be had for just a tad under pounds 5,000.
7WHAT did it mean if a driver of a horse-drawn vehicle was waving their whip in a circle above their head?
Rule 47 of the Highway Code states horse-drawn vehicles "should be operated and maintained in accordance with standards set out in the Department for Transport's Code of Practice".
Rule 47 of the Highway Code states horse-drawn vehicles 'should be operated and maintained in accordance with standards set out in the Department for Transport's Code of Practice.
My grandmother, Lilian Potter, born in 1885, remembered when the streets were full of horse-drawn vehicles.
One of the most obvious changes today is that we rarely see horse-drawn vehicles.