Lorry Vs Oxen

During the roman period stone was hauled by a team of four oxen, a timber cart and a driver. The maximum cargo would be 650kg, the only data available comparable with the ox is a modern day horse at a carbon cost of 476kg per year. Plus a cow which is closely related to the ox. ...

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A relic from the past

We recently came across a brochure we published nearly twenty years ago. At the time our main yard was based at a former railway station in little Bytham. As you can see from the picture on the back, the railway ran right past the back of our yard, notice the absence of any fenc...

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