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Carriage Collection

Background imageCarriage Collection: Victorian man driving a horse and cart

Victorian man driving a horse and cart
Vintage engraving of Victorian man driving a horse and cart. Strange Adventures of a Dog cart, by Randolph Caldecott

Background imageCarriage Collection: Double Harness racing horse competition 1857

Double Harness racing horse competition 1857

Background imageCarriage Collection: Zebra Power

Zebra Power
A zebra and trap and a London tram vie for business in Brixton. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Harness racing horse engraving 1857

Harness racing horse engraving 1857

Background imageCarriage Collection: Old Town Square, Warsaw, Poland

Old Town Square, Warsaw, Poland

Background imageCarriage Collection: Horse carriage in al-Siq Canyon - Petra, Jordan

Horse carriage in al-Siq Canyon - Petra, Jordan
Horse carriage riding through al-Siq Canyon towards Al Khazneh (The Treasury) in ancient city of Petra. Petra was chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007

Background imageCarriage Collection: Dresden, Germany

Dresden, Germany
An engraving of the German city of Dresden as it looked when visited by German composer J.S. Bach (1695 - 1750) in 1733. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Swanwick Station

Swanwick Station in Hampshire, 25th August 1913. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Union Dime Savings Bank On Broadway, NYC

Union Dime Savings Bank On Broadway, NYC
View of the Union Dime Savings Bank Building on Broadway, next to the Sixth Avenue and 33rd Street elevated train station, New York, New York, 1889. (Photo by P. L. Sperr/Frederic Lewis/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Conservative Van

Conservative Van
10th December 1907: A Conservative Party van during electioneering in the provinces. The slogan reads; Socialism Denies Liberty. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Top Hat

Top Hat
1935: Fred Astaire (1899 - 1987) and Ginger Rogers (1911 - 1995) star in the RKO musical 'Top Hat,' based on mistaken identities. The film was directed by Mark Sandrich

Background imageCarriage Collection: London Steam Carriage, 1801, by Richard Trevithic, published in 1877

London Steam Carriage, 1801, by Richard Trevithic, published in 1877
The London Steam Carriage, one of the first steam-powered road vehicle, constructed by Richard Trevithick (British inventor, 1771 - 1833) and Andrew Vivian (British mechanical engineer, 1759 - 1842)

Background imageCarriage Collection: 20-25 years, 30-35 years, adults, archival, black & white, carriage, caucasian, day

20-25 years, 30-35 years, adults, archival, black & white, carriage, caucasian, day
20-25 years, 30-35 years, adults, archival, black & white, carriage, c, Vintage Black & White, 86485690

Background imageCarriage Collection: Private Coach

Private Coach
circa 1895: A driver prepares to take out a private coach and horse. (Photo by Otto Herschan Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: The Capitol Washington

The Capitol Washington

Background imageCarriage Collection: People on a horse drawn omnibus (1843 engraving)

People on a horse drawn omnibus (1843 engraving)
The conductor, the driver and a press of passengers aboard a horse drawn omnibus. Woodcut engraving in sepia on aged paper

Background imageCarriage Collection: large group of animals, black & white, carriage, horse carriage, covered wagon, cowboy

large group of animals, black & white, carriage, horse carriage, covered wagon, cowboy
large group of animals, black & white, carriage, horse carriage, cov, Vintage Black & White, 86485739

Background imageCarriage Collection: St Paul's, Cheapside, Paternoster Row, London (1871 engraving)

St Paul's, Cheapside, Paternoster Row, London (1871 engraving)
St Paul's Cathedral, the west end of Cheapside, Paternoster Row, Newgate Street and Fleet Street, with an old stone inscription once to be found in Panyer Alley, EC4

Background imageCarriage Collection: Mrs Salmon's Waxwork, Fleet Street, London (engraved illustration)

Mrs Salmon's Waxwork, Fleet Street, London (engraved illustration)
Scanned directly from Old and New London - Its History, its people and its places, published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co. 1878

Background imageCarriage Collection: Westminster Hall

Westminster Hall
" Vintage engraving from 1831 of Westminster Hall, London, England the oldest existing part of the Palace of Westminster, was erected in 1097

Background imageCarriage Collection: Victorian London - Victoria Embankment

Victorian London - Victoria Embankment
Vintage engraving showing a scene from 19th Century London England. Showing the Victoria Embankment at night

Background imageCarriage Collection: Victorian London - Home from Holland House

Victorian London - Home from Holland House
" Vintage engraving showing a scene from 19th Century London England. People head home through Holland Park, a public park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Background imageCarriage Collection: Ludgate Hill railway bridge, St Pauls Cathedral, Illustrated London News

Ludgate Hill railway bridge, St Pauls Cathedral, Illustrated London News
Scanned directly from The Illustrated London News, Saturday November 14, 1863

Background imageCarriage Collection: Elephant transportation - The Illustrated London News

Elephant transportation - The Illustrated London News
" Scanned directly from The Illustrated London News, Saturday May 27, 1876.This illustration shows the Prince of Wales Indian elephants being ridden by road from Portsmouth to the Zoological

Background imageCarriage Collection: Adelaide Street

Adelaide Street
circa 1910: King William Street in Adelaide, South Australia. (Photo by Spencer Arnold Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Holborn Valley Viaduct, London (1871 engraving)

Holborn Valley Viaduct, London (1871 engraving)
The Holborn Valley Viaduct in the City of London - an engraving from " Collins Illustrated Guide to London and Neighbourhood", price one shilling; published by William Collins

Background imageCarriage Collection: Fleet Street with Temple Bar (Crystal Palace in distance) 1871

Fleet Street with Temple Bar (Crystal Palace in distance) 1871
Fleet Street in the City of London, from Mitre Court to Temple Bar, with The Temple and River Thames. The narrow and traffic-limiting Temple Bar (one of the historic entrances to the City of London)

Background imageCarriage Collection: The Ortler Spitz from the summit of Stelvio Pass

The Ortler Spitz from the summit of Stelvio Pass
The Ortler Spitz from the summit of the Stelvio Pass, in the Ortler Alps in the South Tyrol. From " The Snow-Storm; or, An Account of The Nature, Properties, Dangers, and Uses of Snow

Background imageCarriage Collection: Fifth Avenue

Fifth Avenue
View of the West side of Fifth Avenue, North from 51st street, showing residences of Elliott F. Shepard, brother in law of William K. Vanderbilt, whose home is next to it. Further North is St

Background imageCarriage Collection: Blue Plaque House

Blue Plaque House
circa 1910: Number 47 Leicester Square, London, the Home of Sir Joshua Reynolds, painter and President of the Royal Academy. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: alcohol, adults, b, black & white, carriage, caucasian, celebration, equines, horses

alcohol, adults, b, black & white, carriage, caucasian, celebration, equines, horses
alcohol, adults, b, black & white, carriage, caucasian, celebration, eq, Vintage Black & White, 86483051

Background imageCarriage Collection: Country Inn Yard at the Time of an Election, Hogarth

Country Inn Yard at the Time of an Election, Hogarth
Vintage engraving of A Country Inn Yard at the Time of an Election by William Hogarth. Inside inns courtyard, with the morning coach headed out through the gate, and an election parade in progress

Background imageCarriage Collection: New Locomotives

New Locomotives
circa 1865: After the fall of Vicksburg the Northern troops built five locomotives for the USMRR, they are seen here when just finished. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Victorian satirical cartoon, wealth and transport

Victorian satirical cartoon, wealth and transport
Vintage engraving of a victorian satirical cartoon Church and state. 19th Century. In the sweet days of yore, when diviniity rode, On his mission of love, an ass he bestrode

Background imageCarriage Collection: Unites States Westward Expansion

Unites States Westward Expansion
Illustration of emigrants trying to cross the plains during a harsh winter. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Leadville District, Colorado

Leadville District, Colorado
Illustration of Leadville District, a busy mining town in Colorado, circa 1886. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Ornately decorated steam train with black locomotive and a long red carriage, side view

Ornately decorated steam train with black locomotive and a long red carriage, side view

Background imageCarriage Collection: Edwardian London

Edwardian London
1906: Horse drawn traffic circles the Gaiety Theatre at the Strand, London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: James Street Station

James Street Station
Liverpool James Street railway station, Liverpool, circa 1893. The original terminus of the Mersey Railway Tunnel, the station was rebuilt in the 1970s

Background imageCarriage Collection: Baghdad Street

Baghdad Street
A street scene in Baghdad, Iraq, circa 1910. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: American Westward Expansion

American Westward Expansion
A goddess helps pioneers establish civilization during the United States Westward Expansion, in a 19th Century illustration entitled American Progress. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Elias F. Noyes Building In New York Financial District

Elias F. Noyes Building In New York Financial District
View of the Elias F. Noyes Building at the corner of William Street and Beaver Street, New York, New York, 1910s. (Photo by Edwin Levick/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: St Georges Chapel

St Georges Chapel
1827: St Georges Chapel on Regent Street, London. Original Artwork: Engraving by James Tingle after Thomas H Shepherd. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: circa 19th century, development, horizontal, image sequence, innovation, large group of people

circa 19th century, development, horizontal, image sequence, innovation, large group of people, on the move, pulling, steam train, strength, studio shot, the past, train, transportation, variation

Background imageCarriage Collection: The new Houses of Parliament

The new Houses of Parliament
The current Palace of Westminster in London, more commonly known as the Houses of Parliament, was built in the Gothic Perpendicular style between 1840-70 to replace the former building which was

Background imageCarriage Collection: Tower Of London

Tower Of London
Carriages await the custom of tourists outside the Tower of London, 1858. (Photo by Otto Herschan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Queen Victoria Street

Queen Victoria Street in London, looking east towards Mansion House, 1867. (Photo by Otto Herschan/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCarriage Collection: Becky Sharp

Becky Sharp
1847: An illustration by William Makepeace Thackery from the first edition of Vanity Fair. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)



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