Photographic Print of The last shunting horse at Paddington, 1925
An image of the last shunting horse at Paddington station, London, taken in 1925. This dray horse is preparing to pull open GWR goods wagon no.86459 in the yard
© STEAM Museum of the GWR
Media ID 6300316
11R 14"x11" (36x28cm) Print
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