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packhorse

a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc.
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Peters moved into the Packhorse Centre in 2015 from its previous location in King Street.
Often built on trade routes, also called packhorse routes, they were used by packhorses loaded up with either sidebags or pannier baskets - across a river or stream.
The commandments of God are given to me as a packhorse trail for my life
British Horse Society members hope to re-establish the 160-mile Pilgrims' Packhorse Trail from Offa''s Dyke at Llanfynydd, Flintshire, to Aberdaron, Pen Llyn.
It is a narrow, stone packhorse bridge on the southern outskirts of Dunster with two arches over the River Avill.
Among the periods they consider are farms and monuments in prehistory, the elusive Romans, the Cavendish era, two millennia of industry, and from packhorse routes to tarmac roads.
Combine the performance and speed of a thoroughbred race-horse with the surefootedness and load-carrying capabilities of a packhorse and you get Arctic Cat's Prowler[R] XTX 700 H1 EFI 4x4 Camo utility vehicle.
So my bloke's pockets were filled, packhorse style, with the prison-warder-esque keys and huge Dirty Dancing In Your Pocket keyring, concealer (in case the lighting was bad and I needed tri-hourly top-ups), mirror, mascara, pen, hairbrush plus present and card.
PROPERTY valued at pounds 20,000 was stolen in a burglary at house in Packhorse Road, Stratford.
Titus Thornber, Seen on the Packhorse Tracks, South Pennine Packhorse Trails Trust, Todmorden (2002), 129 pp.
An eight to 10 mile In Search of Kingfishers walk is being led by Bill Gallon at 10am, Thursday from the lay by next to the Packhorse Pub, Burnopfield.
There are numerous coffee table books about the beauties and genuine splendor of our best-known National Park, but not very many on how that singular land looked to the first whites to traverse it with packhorse and tent.