Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert
Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Tyre Company (of Hanover, Germany) Advertisement. The pair at the rear of the bicycle appear to be contributing slightly less to the forward momentum as they seem slightly distracted by each other...!! Date: 1901
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Victorian Cyclists and Motorists on a Snowy Road
Illustration showing the scene on a British road in the winter, circa 1899. In the foreground cyclists, two on a tandem, can be seen. Behind them, a typical motor car of the period, with it's passengers wrapped up against the cold. In the background can be seen a motor driven van and a bicycle, with four riders. The original caption for this image, which was published in the Christmas Number, was a two verse poem entitled: 'Who Wants a motor-car?'.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Silhouettes of hunting field scenes
Silhouettes of hunting field scenes in the neighbourhood of York. From the top: full cry, hunting with the York and Ainsty (North) Pack near Marston Moor; at the Meet on the village green in the Ainsty country; and hunters saying good night, with hounds returning to kennels near Dunnington.
© H L Oakley / Mary Evans
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