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packhorse

a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc.
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Just follow the packhorse trail, you won't get lost," he hollered back to me.
Throughout the day guests took part in sponsored activities, including the Packhorse chef, who braved a leg wax for pounds 200 in sponsorship.
The most direct route for the lead from the North Pennines to the Tyne for shipping to the rest of Britain and abroad was across the fells and moors and for many years it was the Galloway packhorse in strings of 15 to 20 animals which provided the means of transport.
The huge revamp of the first floor of the Packhorse Centre sees a host of new eating options for shoppers and workers including El Taco Loco Mexican, Rooster's southern fried chicken and the Real cafe and bar.
A GARDEN featuring a 200-year-old Grade II-listed humpback packhorse bridge is opening for charity this weekend.
A stroll along the Avon Valley footpath begins this pleasant walk after crossing the 15th century packhorse bridge.
Failing that, you have to take the husband as a packhorse and constantly feed it caf latte and cake to keep it quiet.
When his beloved packhorse rips a tendon, Ambrose is sent to the horse auction to sell Blackie for dog meat.
DURHAM: Five historic bridges, including two on ancient packhorse routes, are being refurbished in a pounds 300,000 scheme by Durham County Council.
Summertime packhorse trips can be arranged through Bishop Pack Outfitters, (619) 873-4785.
LICENSING ACT 2003 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT/VARIATION OF PREMISES LICENCE/CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATE Take notice that we Ramesh and Savina Ghoorbin have applied to Kirklees Council under the Licensing Act 2003, for the grant of a premise license in respect of premises known as Green Island, 28 Packhorse Centre, Huddersfield, HD1 2RT for the sale of alcohol -08:00 - 02:00 - Monday - Sunday.