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Tilbury Gig

A design for a Tilbury Gig.

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Town Barouche of HRH The Prince of Wales

Carriage design for a Town Barouche for HRH The Prince of Wales.

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Town Chariot

A coachbuilder's design for a Town Chariot. 

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Town Chariot

The Londonderry Chariot is a typical Chariot sprung on C and under springs with a hammer cloth seat…

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Town Chariot

A splendid Chariot of standard proportions but with a little more embellishment. English coachb…

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Town Chariot

Built for the Marquess of Lansdowne, this Chariot carries its owners coats of arms on the side panel…

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Town Coach

Town Coach for a pair or team of horses built by Turrill and Sons of London. A typical 19th cen…

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Travelling Chariot

A travelling Chariot for a team of four horses. This is one of the earliest carriages in the collect…

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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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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 Coach

A Travelling Coach for a team of four or six horses in original unused condition. The coach has a co…

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Two Carriage Horses with a Groom

Oil on canvas painting of two black horses, harnessed and being attended to by a groom in livery. Pa…

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Two Carriages Horses in a Stable

Oil on canvas painting of two black carriage horses standing in a stable yard. A groom is harnessing…

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Two Royal Manchester Telegraph

Oil on canvas painting of the Royal Manchester Telegraph stagecoach painted by John Cordrey in 1804.

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Victorian Ladies with a Battlesden Car

A rather comical photograph of four Victorian ladies and a Battlesden Cart. A Battlesden Car wa…

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Victorian Lady Driving a Pony and Phaeton

A Victorian lady sits in her Pony Phaeton outside of a country house.