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Well preserved example of an ox-drawn carriage at the Santa Barbara mission.
Columbia State Historic Park offers examples of old mining equipment, fire engine, carriages, as well as chinese pharmacy and gold panning channel.
Work wagons, such as this produce wagon, were tailored to match the items they carried. Produce was sold on the street directly from the wagon, so these were brightly colored to attract customers.
The "Spider" name comes from the delicate lines of this carriage. It was developed in the US in the 1860's and remained popular until the 1890's. It was often used in competitive driving since it was light, comfortable and safer to drive then most two wheelers.
Vis-A-Vis means 'Face to Face' in French, so this type of carriage would have been nice for socializing.
A Landau has a top that folds up into the middle and was a very difficult type to build. These were generally owned by the wealthy. This carriage was Belle's in the movie "Gone With The Wind". It was also in the film, "Jezebel".
The Rockaway is a distinctive American style carriage. It was considered 'democratic' in that the driver sat on the same level as the passengers and was covered by the same roof.
The Surry was a popular American family carriage since it could carry quite a few people. This one was made by the Belie Carriage Co, Moline, IL.
This is a N.W.R. and has a limited number of campsites on the island. This is also an excellant and popular boating area (especially for shallow draft boats as Willapa Bay is quite shallow at low tide - if not completely mud!)
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