Sorry to have neglected you here for the past several days. I’ve been working (nearly) non-stop on the May issue of The Carriage Journal, plus taking care of a number of computer issues.

At any rate, here’s a photo of Court Square in Montgomery, Alabama, c. 1906. There are several horse-drawn vehicles, and others, moving through the streets. And quite a number waiting along the curbs … or, in one instance, in the middle of the street.

One of the things that continually amazes me in these old street-scene photos are the horses who are just standing by themselves, waiting — patiently, I assume — for their people.