Two-wheeled trap with pony

Maker
Unknown
Production date
Circa 1905
Description
View of pony and two-wheeled trap. It has oil lamps and large wheels. A boy sits in the trap, wearing a cap, jacket with piping round the lapels and short trousers. A young man - George Mackenzie - who was gardener on South Bantaskine estate for 40 years holds the horse by one of the harness belts. Small white hens or pullets scratch about in the earth behind the pony.
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Maker
Production date
Circa 1905
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Subject notes
Pony and traps were a form of private transport for one or two people. They were open to the weather. The young man was a gardener on the South Bantaskine estate, working there for 40 years.
Accession number
P17196

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