Katherine's Dock House on Tower Hill, and he informed us that he had a special affection for the view of that historic locality, with the Gardens to the left, the front of the Mint to the right, the miserable tumble-down little houses farther away, a cabstand, boot- blacks squatting on the edge of the pavement and a pair of big policemen gazing with an air of superiority at the doors of the Black Horse public-house across the road.
Katherine's Dock House, the very steps from which he had some six weeks before surveyed the cabstand, the buildings, the policemen, the boot-blacks, the paint, gilt, and plateglass of the Black Horse, with the eye of a Conqueror.
Britain's first experiment in switching off traffic lights started in September at the busy and complex Cabstand
Junction in Portishead, near Bristol.
Goodbye pool hall, cabstand
, pawnshop, and storm door company.
After I left, there were hordes of people waiting at the cabstand
near the Pantheon.
His cabstand was on the south-west corner of Portage and Main, across the street from the Queen's Hotel, but he also had a stable near Portage and Garry, two blocks further west.
The first cabstand was established in 1880 on the site that Dave Storey first picked out at the south-west corner of Portage and Main.
Martin Scorsese pew up that way too--he sat at the window a lot as a kid and watched the cabstands
where all the mobsters were.
A loathed monopoly, Diamond controlled most of the cabstands
and half of the cabs in Montreal.
Hence the major outfits paid for strategically located cabstands
: e.g., outside the main door of the Canadian National or Canadian Pacific railway depots or one of the elite hotels like the McLaren in Winnipeg.