#2228 - 4¢ Stagecoach redrawn - coil

A stagecoach is a type of four-wheeled closed coach for passengers and goods, strongly sprung, and drawn by horses. Widely used before the introduction of railway transport, stagecoaches made regular trips between stations. The history of staging in the United States is deeply intertwined with the Concord Stagecoach, built by the Abbot Downing Company. The company manufactured over forty different types of carriages and wagons at the wagon factory in Concord, New Hampshire. The coaches were built solidly and considered comfortable; Mark Twain said that the Concord Stagecoach was like "a cradle on wheels". Scott 2228 Stagecoach redrawn

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#2228 - 4¢ Stagecoach redrawn - coil
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