Venders of apples and gin thrust their handcarts into the thick of the crowd.
Wardwell stood on the curb looking out over the shifting lines and tides of trucks, handcarts, automobiles, horses and people.
Fatigue parties of artillery and infantry men were piling the goods, or stowing them in handcarts.
Then, very luckily, I found a friend and a car that whisked me past the Batteries trudging with handcarts on into Albert.
Among the stacks, leadys were working silently, pushing trucks and handcarts.
They came streaming back in every sort of conveyance or on foot, pushing their belongings in barrows and handcarts.
Handcarts are the only vehicles, and the inhabitants take life quietly.