On 11th June 1915, at around 9.20 a.m., the horse and cart belonging to Mr Frank Glasscock was standing outside his shop in Potter Street, when an army wagon ran into the horse, knocking it against the window and breaking it. The incident was not witnessed by the police. Enquiries were made with Mr Glasscock who said the offending vehicle came from the military depot at Hawes Lane.
Glasscocks shop window broken by an army wagon
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