A dog's ambulance has just been placed upon the London streets by the Animals' Hospital. Motor cyclists will be interested to learn that this quaint-looking ambulance is drawn by a 3½ h.p. Quadrant motor bicycle, which is found invaluable. The ambulance is coupled to the motor cycle by means of a ball socket coupling, so that in the event of a sudden skid or a sharp turn there will be no danger of upsetting the ambulance, which is padded to minimise any possible shocks. This is another case of the useful services into which a motor cycle can be pressed.
Image made available thanks to Boston City Library