Myrick's Store and Carriages, Alberton
The carriage was made out of wood with steel for the rims, and the store was made out of wood.
You cannot buy a carriage today. This carriage was made in Canada and was very common. You can still buy buildings like this one in PEI. The time period this picture was taken was around 1900.
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