|A contented Westie at Whitby (2008)|
I don't know what the collective name is for a group of prams but these are described as fashionable, I understand.
|West Quay, Southampton (2007)|
(By Peter Facey - CC A-S A 2.0generic license)
|Pram on the River Nid in Trondheim (2008)|
'Pram' in Norwegian is a flat bottomed boat.
Somehow I don't think that this fisherman's pram would have floated very well.
|Baby's pram in a fisherman's hut, used c 1880 - Jastarna, Poland|
|Zell Water Castle on the River Pram, Austria|
(Source Michael Wening 1645-1718; CC A-S A 3.0 Austria License)
Now it's time to 'ooh and aah' for Doris Turnbull.
|Doris in a pram - Nowgong, Assam, India, 1902|
And finally our one and only pram complete with our elder son.
|Stamford - 1960|
Just a reminder of the prompt that started this off:
You can practise more pram pushing skills over at sepia-saturday-134