The big wheels
of hansoms turned slowly along the edge of side-walks; a pale-faced youth strolled, overcome by weariness, by the side of his stick and with the tails of his overcoat flapping gently near his heels; horses stepped gingerly on the greasy pavement, tossing their heads; two young girls passed by, talking vivaciously and with shining eyes; a fine old fellow strutted, red-faced, stroking a white moustache; and a line of yellow boards with blue letters on them approached us slowly, tossing on high behind one another like some queer wreckage adrift upon a river of hats.
The Sutton Coldfield firm also operated big wheels
in Manchester, Liverpool, Weston-super-Mare, Hyde Park, London, and Dublin.
We've got 12 big wheels
around the world and we've had lots of people getting married on them.
Along with historic and landmark buildings, other big wheels
were augmented with red light, including the Manchester Wheel and London Eye.
Since the arrival of the London Eye in 2000, I have become an enthusiast of big wheels
and have been honoured with the presence of smaller wheels in major cities throughout the country.
It was tubby and bloated - even turning it into the GS300 Sport with big wheels
didn't make it look any better.
Why can't we get a replacement or are Big Wheels
in short supply?
World Tourist Attractions, which will run the Belfast Eye, has already built big wheels
in Manchester and Seville.
James Hutchinson won the 85cc small wheels and Sean McDonald took the honours in the 85cc big wheels
may not for sure be the next big thing in fat tiredom, but a retro explosion in single-speed mountain bikes is upon us, Hall says.
Watch out for the scruffy old dirty guys with the wide boards and the big wheels
What's more, zeolites are monolithic structures that can't be broken into smaller units, whereas researchers could link big wheels
to create materials with specific, predetermined internal structures, he says.