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Pony and trap whirligig - detail

This whirligig is in the form of a man and woman sitting in a horse-drawn trap. It is made of polychrome wood and metal, and is mounted with a propeller. As the propeller turns, the horse's legs move ...

Pottergate, Richmond, Yorkshire

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a streetscene in Richmond, Yorkshire. The painting is by J. S. Newton and dates from 1847, and Newton included his father's business in the painting, as over ...

Pottergate, Richmond, Yorkshire - detail of figure

This is a detail of an oil painting on canvas depicting a streetscene in Richmond, Yorkshire. This is Jackie Patterson, the cleaner of the local privies in 1847 when this picture was painted by J. S. ...

Preston on Stour. Mr. Thomas Walton, carrier

Mr. Thomas Walton, village carrier, with his horse and cart in Preston on Stour. He was the carrier from 1852 to 1936 when this photo was taken. 1936 [The lady in the cart is thought to be Esther Walton, ...

Ragley Hall. Funeral of Marquis of Hertford

Funeral procession of the late Marquis of Hertford through Ragley Park on the 26th March 1912.

Rugby. Arthur Law's Brougham

Arthur Law's Brougham with his two brothers, Michael and Charles, Rugby. 1890

Rugby. B.T.H. fire brigade

Rugby B.T.H. horse drawn fire engine and firemen in 1906.

Rugby. Bilton Hall

Rear of Bilton Hall, Rugby. 1890s [Should be Monks Kirby, not Rugby.]

Rugby. Bilton Road

Bilton Road, Rugby, showing a horse drawn road roller. 1900s

Rugby. Bilton Road

Bilton Road, looking away from the town,Rugby. 1950s[?] [The large building on the right was the original vicarage for St Matthew's Church in Warwick Street.The photograph is thought to be earlier than ...

Rugby. Black Swan Public House

The Black Swan Public House, Rugby. Staff standing in street outside front door. Proprietor Chas. Newman. W. Naseby, market gardener, with horse and cart. Washing dolly and washing basket on cart. ...

Rugby. Building the Great Central Railway goods yard

The building of the Great Central railway goods yard at Rugby. 1890s

Rugby. Chapel Street

A horse and cart in Chapel Street, Rugby. 1900

Rugby. Charabanc outing

Horses pulling charabanc for family outing at Rugby. 1900s.

Rugby. Church Street

View of St Andrew's Church spire from Church Street, Rugby. Horse and carrier's cart, lady on pavement. 1900s

Rugby. Church Street, almshouses

Funeral procession starting out from Lawrence Sheriff Almshouses in Church Street, Rugby. Mourners and bystanders, horsedrawn vehicles. 1900

Rugby. Clifton Road

Clifton Road, Rugby. Large semi-detached houses, pedestrians and one horse and trap. 1910s

Rugby. Construction of railway goods yard

Workers constructing the Great Central railway goods yard at Rugby. 1890s Further information can be found in the following editions of the Rugby Advertiser : February 1st 1896; August 8th 1896; October ...