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packhorse

a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc.
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I've found mentions of the Pack Horse at Honley in directories for 1803 through to about 1827 and William seems to have been the innkeeper all that time.
SKIPPERS Brig created a favourable impression when defying a lengthy absence to score at Carlisle - and looks to have every chance on his return to the track in the Pack Horse Inn Celebrating Wilke's 60th Novices' Chase tomorrow.
We had to blaze a trail thru the bush to the Pack horse trail for six miles from here.
You don't need a suitcase or a pack horse to carry your tools.
He later told me The Pack Horse was a racehorse he always backed.
But it was neither the design nor the atmosphere we were looking for when we visited the Little Pack Horse - it was the Desperate Dan Pies.
Koga, who has operated a pack horse service for the past 35 years in Nagasaki's Hakkei district, said while 20 years ago he kept 50 horses, he was now down to three.
The land of the Ina Valley was home to the Nakasendo (a national road) the Ina Road and several pack horse trails.
Mr O'Rourke's first pub was the Little Pack Horse in Bewdley, the Worcestershire town where he lives.
In August, parties may have to fly or pack horse into a river midpoint and concentrate on the lower half.
With a pack horse or mule carrying the duffle, you can hike unencumbered past the more crowded, close-to-the-roadhead camping (this is called dunnage packing, and costs about $75 per person per trip).
Talented brothers I'VE thoroughly enjoyed Kirklees History month which has been presented in our local libraries covering milestones, stations, mills, towns and villages, pack horse bridges, Luddites, etc, all of which can be viewed on Kirklees Curiosities.