Two Horse-Drawn Carriages on the Beach.
This picture shows two horse-drawn carriages going for a ride on the beach. There are several people in the carriages and a dog can be seen running around. The carriage was made of wood. The time period this picture was taken was 1900.
You can't buy the carriages at stores anymore. These carriages were made in Canada.
These types of things were popular back then when cars hadn't beent invented. Carriages weren't only used for riding around for the fun of it; they were also used to ride to church on Sundays, go to local markets in town, and lots of other activities. This fit in people's daily lives, from riding around town to business.
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