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  • Six other police cars joined them, and went slowly along the narrow cart-track to Harry's Folly.


  • After some time they came to where the narrow cart-track to Harry's Folly ran near to the stream.


  • They had lost their way, and wandered about for some time before they got back to the cart-track they knew.


  • Not far off was a narrow lane, almost a cart-track, it was so rough.


  • Slowly and more slowly, as the clog of crippled Thomas weighed heavily and more heavily on the march of the expedition, the lost travellers followed the windings of the stream, till they came to a faintly-marked cart-track, branching off nearly at right angles, to the left.

    The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

  • The cart-track grew fainter and fainter, until it was washed out altogether by another little stream, dark, turbulent, and rapid.

    The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

  • Much heather had been brushed by their feet when they descended upon a cart-track, beside which stood the house of the man they sought.

    Wessex Tales

  • Soon ascending from the lower levels he turned a corner, followed a cart-track, and saw the tower of the church he was in quest of distinctly shaped forth against the sky.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

  • Thence she skimmed up the garden-path, through the gap in the hedge, and into the mossy cart-track under the trees which led into the depth of the woods.

    The Woodlanders

  • It used to come along a cart-track that was there and it looked like a boy.

    The Arrow of Gold


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