Shuswap History in Pictures: Horse power

A horse and buggy brings two passengers into Sicamous in the 1920s.

In the days before automobiles were common in the Shuswap, this photo from the Sicamous and District Museum and Historical Society, taken in the 1920s, shows two people on a buggy heading into Sicamous.

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