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People’s Mobility
c) Until the invention of the iron track, this was the most comfortable and reliable form of transport between towns and villages located along waterways.
a) As from the sixteenth century tow barges, pulled by a horse from the tow path, were used as the first form of public transport.
b) These travelled at only 3 to 4 km per hour, but were very punctual.
d) Those who were wealthy could afford a horse and carriage or travelled by stagecoach.
e) Long ago, long before Belgium had a railway, people's mobility depended on the power of their own two feet.