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Taxi Services

A few Kurnell people fortunate enough to own a horse-drawn carriage and with time to spare, operated taxi services for the convenience of local residents. Bullis Jones used his dray, pulled by a retired racehorse. Mr Beaumaker used a converted car-wheeled cart as a taxi.

Mr Beaumaker and his horse-drawn taxi near the Dampier Street wharf on Prince Charles Parade. Beaumaker also used this vehicle as Kurnell's first fire brigade. (Photo: Fred Bell)
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