Horse road

Horse road

A term used near the end of the nineteenth century for public conveyances running on a track and using horses to move the car(s).
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T-Mobile USA, Bothell; $25,000 commercial alteration at 158 Lone Horse Road, Manson.
Surrounded by a majestic setting, the LUX Tea Horse Road is a fantastic location for the discerning traveller looking to immerse themselves in local culture and completely escape the world.
During the visit, Platt toured the school's facility on White Horse Road and attended a breakfast celebrating the contribution that surgical technologists make to safe patient care in the operating room.
The tour concludes with a horseback ride along the Tea Horse Road near Lashi Lake in the National Wetland Park.
The Horse Road is set in central Asia some 2,000 years ago and author Troon Harrison provides readers with a feeling for what it was like to be alive in a time and place completely different to their own.
Exhall Methodist Church, in Black Horse Road, closed last year.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court:* Stuart Neil Appleton, 35, of White Horse Road, London, pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
He now lives on Crazy Horse Road, or Wagon Wheel Avenue or some such street which he has chosen on a whim because of its colorful name.
The Carretera Central closely follows the old "Camino Real," the colonial-era cart and horse road linking Cuba's main settlements.
Standout songs were an emotional I Thought I'd Write to Juliet and Rocking Horse Road but the highlight was when Costello, with acoustic guitar, stood at the edge of the stage and simply sang, his voice reaching every corner of Symphony Hall.