horse-drawn vehicle


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a wheeled vehicle drawn by one or more horses

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10IN what year did instructions for drivers of horse-drawn vehicles disappear from the code?
The person seeking understanding of the horse-drawn vehicle era might notice a horse "feeling his oats" while observing demonstration driving in an arena, but only when actually sitting with the driver, or as a passenger in a carriage, would "tail over the dashboard" come to a fuller understanding by the participant.
2000-1800 BC of light, horse-drawn vehicles from Sintashta and Krivoe Ozero, in northern Kazakhstan just east of the Urals, has revived the claim that the chariot originated in the steppe area rather than somewhere in the Near East (Gening et al.
Despite a poor weather forecast, hundreds turned up to view the first ever showing of the Cae Hen collection of horse-drawn vehicles, farming implements and bygones.
The firm started to operate a thriving business making the transition from horse-drawn vehicles to horseless carriages.
Examples of horse-drawn vehicles on display included a bread delivery man, a Wolverhampton made Hansom cab, a bottle dray, a rag and bone man and even a hearse.
SALT LAKE CITY, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Days of '47 All Horse Parade is unique in all the United States as a parade comprised exclusively of horses and horse-drawn vehicles.
Two electric trams head towards the Pier Head surrounded by horse-drawn vehicles, including Hansom cabs and goods wagons.
From their base at Penrallt Uchaf, Moylegrove, near Cardigan the Fletcher's impressive horse-drawn vehicles are available across the country for special occasions and appearances.
TAXIS TIME: About 20 years later, horse-drawn vehicles no longer predominate in the square, though the trams had not yet gone.
A CANAL bridge built on the outskirts of Bedworth 100 years ago for horse-drawn vehicles has had pounds 30,000 spent on it to bring it into the 21st century.
For the past few years the engine was owned by the late Les Oakes as part of his collection of 600 horse-drawn vehicles.
The bulk of those who drive automobiles and also horse-drawn vehicles are careful.
Held between June 7 and 14 at Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, the event is expected to attract more than 30,000 people, including between 1,000 and 1,400 caravans and horse-drawn vehicles.