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Coaches in the Triangle 1900’s

Posted on May 16, 2014 by in Misc, Transport | 0 comments

Two coaches, with smartly uniformed drivers, wait outside Bray’s chemists shop in the Triangle in the early 1900’s. If you look closely at them, it is amazing how many people could be crammed onto the top of one of these coaches; often, a vehicle you would assume would hold five or six people, had an actual capacity approaching twenty – reminiscent of pictures of buses in India! In the background are the Norfolk Temperance Hotel and the recently built Parish Hall. On the right, what is now the Barclays Bank building, was the Blanchminster Boarding House.

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