George Jackman’s Delightful Summer Excursions. George Jackman was a ‘Riding Master’ in the 1870s. He offered horses for hire by the day, hour, mile or job as well as providing carriages. His summer excursions ran to Carisbrooke and to Freshwater, changing horses at Brighstone. His ‘Jackman’s Royal Undercliff Posting Establishment’ was one of the largest on the Island. Includes a photo of Pier Street in 1900. By Lesley Telford.
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