This was seen during the morning by my partner and myself about 10 years ago. We had just come out of a food shop and were about to cross the road when we stopped and pulled back from the kerb. We both had flash images of a funeral for a few seconds, and it was right in front of us. Afterwards we compared notes of what we saw and they seemed to tally, but despite some research done we didn't find the name of the girl. What we saw: Two horses, side by side infront of a medium length carriage,with large cart wheels. The back was flat with a slight lip. The driver was up front on a higher seat, and wore black. On the back of the cart was a short coffin shape under a heavy black wollen blanket. The horses had blinkers, polished black leather harnesses, and had a plume of short black feathers on their heads. On their backs were black tabbards that were rectangular, and had silver ribbon inset run around the sides. The horses were deep chestnut colour. There was also writing around the edge of the cart in gold lettering. We were very close - and afraid of the cart wheels despite it being parked - afraid of being caught under them, then saw the girl getting caught under one as it went along. We couldn't figure this out at the start as how can you be run over by a funeral cart? Then realised this was a combined image with how she died somewhere else. So was a combination of her cause of death and her funeral. The horses were hot - sweating and we were close enough to feel their heat. We also saw the girl standing on the kerb by herself. She seemed well dressed - about 9 yrs old, with mid length blonde curly hair, well fed, a good quality coat and what looked like fox fur collar. Shoes were blunt ended, black and shiny. Later research- The cart was parked outside the pub - where this white van is now. Google Maps I researched the road. I found an old photograph taken showing the pub before the main Union street was raised. The current road has changed direction. At the top there was a junction, and turning left would lead directly to the East side of St Nicholas Church. This photo shows the pub right at the end as the roads were laid out in I think the 30's - This photo shows the top of the road junction, and the church in the distance. The pub is a short distance down the road to the left - downill. I was wondering if this is where the cart stopped after the service, on the way to the burial site - at the Pub! Did they have wakes like this back then? It also occurred to me that the cart and horses may have been used by the breweries for regular business, and maybe do funerals on the side when needed. Seems a good use of the horses anyway.