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The Ipswich to London Mail Coach

An oil painting of the Ipswich to London Mail Coach travelling through a snow scene. Painted by Henr…

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Cabriolet

The Cabriolet was introduced from France about 1810 and, by about 1830, was much refined and improve…

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Travelling Chariot

This carriage dates from the early 1800's and was donated by Colonel Antrobus. It is believed that h…

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Travelling Chariot

The Anglesey Travelling Chariot is one of the earliest in the collection at Arlington Court dating f…

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The Brighton to London Coach by the Royal Albion Hotel

The Brighton to London Coach standing in front of the Royal Albion Hotel in Brighton. Painted by H J…

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The London to Brighton Coach on the Road

The London to Brighton Stagecoach passing an industrial building. Painted by H J Jones sometime in t…

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A Coach Passing the Kings Arms

A stagecoach passing a village inn at a trot. The guardsman is blowing a tune on a coach horn. Oil o…

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Sporting Pheaton

This is a very stylish and beautifully built carriage, a Sporting Phaeton for a lady. In recent year…

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Children's Carriage

Children’s  carriages provided hours of entertainment. The youngest members of a family would h…

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Children's Carriage

A children's carriage with a vis-à-vis seat for two and a tiller for steering.Children’s carriages w…

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Invalid Carriage

This carriage was almost certainly built as a Bath Chair and has been given a pair of shafts at a la…

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Chaise

This carriage was owned by some one of substantial wealth and high social standing. It is a carriage…