Royal Mail Coach

Made:
1815-1830 in London
Royal Mail Coach.  Following the opening of the railway between London and York in October 1852, there was no longer a Royal Mail Coach.  Following the opening of the railway between London and York in October 1852, there was no longer a

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Royal Mail Coach. Following the opening of the railway between London and York in October 1852, there was no longer a
Science Museum Group Collection
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Royal Mail Coach. Following the opening of the railway between London and York in October 1852, there was no longer a
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Royal Mail Coach, with a pole, main bar and pair of lead-swingle-trees, plus a pair of swingle-trees; and two front located, small, side-mounted candle lights; and two large, side-mounted candle lights, two cushions, a leather strap and boot lock key, by Waude and Co., London, England, 1815-1830

Details

Category:
Road Transport
Object Number:
1912-32
type:
mail coach
credit:
Holland and Holland