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wheelwright

a person who makes or mends wheels as a trade
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Sherman Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shop on Singletary Avenue.
The blacksmith and wheelwright shop dates back to 1893 and was purchased by the historical society in 1971, according to information on the historical society's website.
READER Reginald Stone has confirmed that Harold Clough was right about there being a second wheelwright in Lindley.
Newkirk, in turn, engaged Amish wheelwrights in Pennsylvania to help rebuild the water-wagon wheels.
He serves as vice-chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights, and a Freeman of the City of London.
The row of red-brick outhouses which formed the forge and wheelwrights fell into disrepair and the village's heritage enthusiasts, including the parish council, want to see it resurrected as a living museum.
It is something that died out when wheelwrights were no longer needed and this will bring the industry to life, with a very interactive feel to it once it is completed.