There’s a lot going on in this photo of Exchange Place (Providence, R.I.), c. 1910. There are pedestrians; cars, horse-drawn vehicles, and a streetcar traveling down both sides of the large square; cars, carriages, and delivery vehicles parked along the right-hand sidewalk; and a multitude of cars parked in the square itself. Then, in the foreground, are eight working vehicles and trailers of various sorts. It looks like these are being used to haul equipment and supplies for road work or construction, judging by the piles of rocks, etc.