Livery stable

Delve into the rich history of livery stables and learn about their role in transportation and horse care. Discover how livery stables shaped the way people traveled and cared for their horses in the past.
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In the nineteenth century, livery stables or barns boarded horses for hire. Visitors to a town could rent a horse for the duration of their stay. Few South Carolina liveries remain, and this one, located on Trinity Street in historic downtown Abbeville, is an especially fine example. (Another great example is the Gaston Livery Stable...Read More

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Clark's Livery Stable, exterior, Kent, ca. 1910 by IMLS DCC, via Flickr Stable Exterior, Livery Stable, Horse And Buggy, Intimate Photos, White River, Young Life, Western World, A Moment In Time, University Of Washington

Description: Clark's Livery Stable. Two livery buildings and City Hall on far left. Horse and buggy, people and horses are scattered outside the entrances. The stable was located at 2nd and Gowe and was also known as Tucker's Livery Stable. On the right is Mr. Tucker and holding the horse is Harry Ramsey. View source image. More information on the commercial rights for this photo. Part of King County Snapshots University of Washington Libraries. Brought to you by IMLS Digital Collections and…

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