Categories Blois Market Objects The Pusher-Puller – La poussette-tirette Post author By avril Post date November 16, 2016 5 Comments on The Pusher-Puller – La poussette-tirette We found this (but didn’t buy it) at the monthly flea market in Blois which is held every second Sunday of the month. Nous l’avons trouvé (sans l’acheter) à la foire à la brocante mensuelle de Blois qui a lieu le deuxième dimanche du mois. Tags brocante Blois ← Pegs anyone? – Qui veut des épingles ? → The Giant Holly Tree – Le houx géant 5 replies on “The Pusher-Puller – La poussette-tirette” It looks like it has seen a lot of use. Errr…any idea what it’s for? It doesn’t look homemade. Was it child sized? It’s got quite hefty wheels if it’s just a stroller type thing for a child, and the whole thing must weigh a bit. Also you couldn’t safely put a small child in it, and why would you put a larger child in it — they’ve got legs and can walk. @William – the leather (or whatever) doesn’t look too bad. @Susan – No, I don’t think it’s home-made – it seems to have a manufacturer’s plate; It might have been a disabled child, but I am always surprised at how old some children in push chairs are! That looks like its best days are behind it. Perhaps it connected to a matching tractor and carried one of the family to market- and back. Leave a Reply to Susan Walter Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.