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It may seem quaint and archaic to recall this in the 21st century, but as a small child in Lancashire in the late 1940s the author would see more deliveries by horse-drawn vehicles than by motor vehicles. Only 30 years earlier the author's grandfather made deliveries from his butcher's shop with a 'little mare and a trap' (though in fact his 'trap' was a Liverpool Gig). On the other side of the Pennines, Ringtons still delivered tea with small horse-drawn vans. Householders looked out for manure dropped in the road by all these horses; it would be immediately scraped up and added to the compost heap. Other horse-drawn vehicles which persisted for longer than one might expect included the Governess Cart, which was still produced into the 1930s, because few 'nannies' could drive a car when taking their small charges for outings. Here we collect together descriptions of vehicles drawn by horses (and some other animals). We have mostly concentrated on the British Isles, with some mentions of the USA.
|Publication Date||4 Jul 2018|
|Publisher||MALVERN HOUSE PUBLICATIONS|
|Record last updated||25/04/2021|