A Sleigh at the Seaside Hotel in Cape Tormentine
In this photo is a horse and sleigh in front of the Seaside Hotel in Cape Tormentine. There are women and children riding in the sleigh. Some men are getting them settled, and are getting ready to ride. This fits into daily life because people used sleighs in the winter to get around. All sorts of people used the sleigh.
This picture was taken around 1900.
This sleigh is probably made out of wood, some metal, and maybe even some leather.
PARO, Acc 2353/188
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