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The Dunn sisters in front of the restored Cherrelyn Horse Car.
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Mounting the plaque honoring the Elks Club for refinishing the Cherrelyn Horse Car. From left to right: Don Orme, Vernon Lawson, Ray Blanks, Malcolm Taylor, Harry Musser, William Herrick, Ernest "Packy" Romans.
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Englewood High School students erect Christmas display near the horse car. Left to right: Ron Jensen, Herb Adkins, Charlotte Payne, Melody Goodyear, and Carole Conklin.
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Cherrelyn Horse Car is shown just prior to putting the horse on the platform in this 1906 photograph.
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Cherrelyn Horse Car is pictured in this 1900 photograph.
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Looking south along the Cherrelyn tracks taken about 1900. The house in the background is still located at 3689 South Broadway.
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The Cherrelyn Horse Car filled with boys. The horse is standing in the area where people board the car.
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From left to right: Reuben & Jennie Haddow, Mungo & Elizabeth Haddow, Helen & Robert Haddow (Robert was the driver).
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The view is to the south. The house on the right is still standing (in 2007) at 3689 S. Broadway.
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The Horse Car was renovated and presented to the City of Englewood by the Rotary Club. Old timers gather for the last run of the Horse Car.
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Johnnie Haddow (driver) was the twin brother of Robert Haddow, who was also a driver of the Cherrelyn Horse Car.
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Horse Car is heading south, uphill.
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Horse Car is heading north, downhill.
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View is to the north with Broadway on the left. The Higgins Mercantile Co. is on the right (east) of the horse car. The horse car is on the Little Dry Creek bridge.
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F. A. Smith is standing next to the Cherrelyn Horse Car.
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The first man and woman at the left are Robert Haddow and his wife Helen Haddow (parents of Betty Haddow Sandell). Robert Haddow was a driver of the Cherrelyn Horse Car. His twin brother Johnnie, also drove the horse car.
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A photo of the restored Horse Car at the City Hall and library located on 3345 S. Bannock.