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Nowadays people are no longer afraid torrid weather because ice can bring cool for them Thus ice is a required thing in peoples life and people may get and keep it by many ways However blocks of ice from the lakes and rivers of Massachusetts were shipped across the Atlantic to London during the Victorian Age This was a very inconvenient process it is divided into two stages in America and in Britain Firstly people had to wait for that water was frozen in the lakes and rivers about one or two weeks in winter After the water was frozen ice people needed to test the thickness of ice which was a depth of eighteen inches or more Then migrant workers made up the ice with local team workers and blacksmiths fitted spiked shoes on the hooves of horses At the same time snow was cleaned out to reveal the crystal ice Next workers used metal teeth and long hand chisels to cut the ice and that blocks of ice transferred to the timber icehouse These blocks of ice slid down a chute to be shipped and regularly stacked in the hold of ship at the end of this stage Secondly after sailing ship of fully loaded ice arrived in England the blocks of ice were offloaded from the ship And then they were sold in the shop In conclusion process of supplying ice is hard to Britain because of developing industry in the nineteenth century
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