Walking around the small coastal town of Dun Laoghaire, I spotted what looked like a vintage delivery bicycle propped up against a wall. "How nice that these are still around," I thought, figuring it was someone's town cruiser. Only when I saw the same bike rolled along by a man in uniform later, did I realise the delivery bicycle was in active current use. Apparently at least in some towns, the Irish post (An Post) uses bicycles to deliver mail.
This yellow one is made by Monark (a Swedish manufacturer) and it looks like a variation of this model.
Notice also that the fold-down stand that does double-duty as front rack stabiliser has wheels attached to it, so that the bike can be rolled when the stand is employed. I assume there is also a praking brake to prevent it from rolling on its own.