Now that's service. A street scene today in Melbourne, Australia showed a farrier performing a road repair for a carriage horse on Swanston Street in the city center.
Perhaps the carriage company has a fleet maintenance contract?
It looks like the farrier arrived on the motorcycle, which makes sense since Swanston Street is pretty much a pedestrian mall. Horse-drawn carriages, streetcars and bicycles are the vehicles of choice here.
The street is watched over by this wonderful metal sculpture of a horse, which swings in the wind.
Photo courtesy of Chef Alpha.
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