Carriage Types, C1860 Photograph

The style of carriages my husband and I are looking at, we are considering purchasing a newer model

The royal state coach Britannia, containing elements from centuries of British history, has recently been built.

Britannia, the time machine fit for a Queen

The state coach Britannia will be only the second carriage to join the Royal Family in the last 100 years which may one day transport Prince William and Prince Harry to their weddings The carriage is a gift for the Queen from Australia.

pony cart | miniature Horse carriage, miniature horse carriages,miniature horse ...

We are a China factory which many year manufacturing and sale for horse carts, Horse carriages,marathon carriages,horse drawn carriages,horse buggy manufacturers and more.

horse & carriage. Preferably in nature or in quaint little villages and towns as seen in Kerry Co, Ireland.

Westley and Buttercup would go off in a carriage, led by Horse of course, to their honeymoon.

Awesome shoot from the Glen Venue in Glen St. Mary, FL with our Cinderella carriage.  Dream Horse Carriage Company

Awesome shoot from the Glen Venue in Glen St. Mary, FL with our Cinderella carriage. Dream Horse Carriage Company---a horse and carriage is definitely a part of my wedding plan!

Best surviving examples of eighteenth century French rococo carriage-making.

This golden coach, designed by the architect Nicolas Pineau was made in Paris in 1738 on the orders of Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein, who had been appointed the Holy Roman Empire’s ambassador to the court of Louis XV by Emperor Karl VI.

Beautiful Show Carriage Horse drawn carriage driving ads  Norco California

Beautiful Show Carriage Horse Carriage Pleasure driving carriage Norco, California

the carriage heading to a safe company place

The coronation coach of Charles X, Musée des Carrosses, Versailles

Lady Adelaide's "top-of-the-line" carriages might have resembled this coach that belonged to the 3rd Duke of Northumberland.

Coach House Exhibition In the Coach House, discover a new exhibition telling the story of the family's luxurious state coach which once carried the Duke of Northumberland as George IV's personal representative to the coronation of Charles X in France in