Is There Hope For Horse-Drawn Carriages?

Posted on January 4, 2012

Horse-drawn carriage rides offer a Currier and Ives-like way to experience the sights and lights of the holiday season.

It wasn’t long ago that horse-drawn carriages were fairly common in Downtown Columbus, and there were enough companies providing the service to compete for business. Not anymore. The few seen are typically rented for a wedding, prom or other special occasion.


Source: The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch

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