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Wagon Collection

Background imageWagon Collection: The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps. The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) was formed in 1993, by the union of the following British Army corps: Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Background imageWagon Collection: Glasgow / Sauchiehall St

Glasgow / Sauchiehall St
Sauchiehall Street - electric tram, horse-drawn wagon

Background imageWagon Collection: Cats in a dog cart - Louis Wain

Cats in a dog cart - Louis Wain
Expect Us. A group of cats go for a spin in a cart pulled by two slightly disgruntled dogs! A fun postcard design by Louis Wain, the master of the anthromophisation of cats. Date: 1905

Background imageWagon Collection: Gypsy Caravans

Gypsy Caravans
A group of travellers and their horse-drawn caravans/wagons. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageWagon Collection: Old Gypsy Man & Pet Dog

Old Gypsy Man & Pet Dog
At an encampment in Surrey an old Gypsy man sits on a can close to the fire

Background imageWagon Collection: High Street, Ayr

High Street, Ayr
The High Street, Ayr, with a tram, a horse-drawn wagon, a horse-drawn cart and a hand delivery cart

Background imageWagon Collection: High Street, Barnes, West London

High Street, Barnes, West London
A simply stunning real photographic postcard showing the High Street, Barnes, West London, featuring a very smart carriage (left) with two finely-dressed coachmen and a horse bus behind

Background imageWagon Collection: At an Advanced Dressing Station on the Western Front, Matania

At an Advanced Dressing Station on the Western Front, Matania
A horse-drawn Red Cross ambulance wagon arriving at an advanced dressing station behind the front lines on the Western Front

Background imageWagon Collection: Gipsy Hill railway station, south London

Gipsy Hill railway station, south London
Gipsy Hill railway station (LB&SC, London, Brighton and South Coast), south London. Date: circa 1910

Background imageWagon Collection: London Life: Costermonger Pearly Kings and Queens, Southwark

London Life: Costermonger Pearly Kings and Queens, Southwark Date: circa 1940

Background imageWagon Collection: Horse-drawn fish and chips wagon - Cornwall

Horse-drawn fish and chips wagon - Cornwall
A horse-drawn hot fish and chips wagon in Cornwall, close to St Austell

Background imageWagon Collection: Shire horse pulling a hay wagon

Shire horse pulling a hay wagon
A heavy working horse pulls a high hay wagon along a country lane. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageWagon Collection: Horse-drawn cart for Trumans Brewery in Ashford, Kent

Horse-drawn cart for Trumans Brewery in Ashford, Kent
Delightful horse-drawn cart for Trumans Brewery in Ashford, Kent. Trumans Brewery (founded in 1666) of Brick Lane in the Spitalfields area of London eventually closed in 1989. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageWagon Collection: Policeman talk to Gypsies on Epsom Downs

Policeman talk to Gypsies on Epsom Downs
Two Policeman talk to a Gypsy family by their caravan and wagon on Epsom Downs Date: circa 1920s

Background imageWagon Collection: Bray near Maidenhead, Berkshire

Bray near Maidenhead, Berkshire
The village of Bray near Maidenhead, Berkshire. The Hinds Head pub (at rear) is now owned and run by Heston Blumenthal and The Ringers (on right) is now his celebrated restaurant The Fat Duck

Background imageWagon Collection: Gypsy caravan and trap

Gypsy caravan and trap in a wood clearing. Pen & ink with watercolour wash sketch by Raymond Sheppard

Background imageWagon Collection: Spitalfields / Church

Spitalfields / Church
Christ Church, Spitalfields

Background imageWagon Collection: Signing of the Armistice, Compiegne, France, WW1

Signing of the Armistice, Compiegne, France, WW1
Signing of the Armistice in the carriage of Marshal Fochs private train, Compiegne, France, marking the end of the First World War. Illustration by F Chamouin. 1918

Background imageWagon Collection: Ox-pulled wagon - Lipton Tea Company

Ox-pulled wagon - Lipton Tea Company
Colombo, Sri Lanka - a wagon of the Lipton Ltd. Tea company bearing a mass of wooden tea chests and pulled by a pair of white oxen. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageWagon Collection: Heavy horses pull a Timber Wagon uphill

Heavy horses pull a Timber Wagon uphill. Painting by Raymond Sheppard

Background imageWagon Collection: Highwayman Cottington

Highwayman Cottington
John Cottington (aka Mulled Sack) robs an army pay wagon on Shotover Hill, near Oxford, and relieves it of 4000 pounds. He will hang in 1656 aged 45

Background imageWagon Collection: Elephant & Castle

Elephant & Castle
The Elephant & Castle public house, seen from Walworth Road with a horse bus, a hansom cab, a horse-drawn wagon and a dog cart as well as various pedestrians

Background imageWagon Collection: Territorial Army camping at Oval cricket ground, WW1

Territorial Army camping at Oval cricket ground, WW1
The Territorial Army camping at the Oval cricket ground in London on the outbreak of the First World War. Date: August 1914

Background imageWagon Collection: Rickmansworth / Herts / 50S

Rickmansworth / Herts / 50S
A sylvan glimpse in one of Rickmansworths pretty lanes, one of the beauty spots of Hertfordshire

Background imageWagon Collection: Homeward at Sunset Aldin

Homeward at Sunset Aldin
Homeward : three white horses pull a covered wagon and an elderly man and woman follow on foot as the sun sets over the hills

Background imageWagon Collection: Sentinel DG Steam Wagon YD6587

Sentinel DG Steam Wagon YD6587 (msn 8784) at Walford Cross Near Taunton.. (Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd was a British company based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire) Date: 1958

Background imageWagon Collection: Cider maker, Somerset, England

Cider maker, Somerset, England
A cider maker wearing a trilby hat and an apron, leans on an old wooden wagon and drinks a pint of cider among the casks and barrels in the outbuilding of a cider works in Somerset

Background imageWagon Collection: Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire

Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire. This is The Vivers Building - a house built in 1650 for a mercer called Edward Vivers. Date: circa 1910

Background imageWagon Collection: The Green Man Pub - Putney Heath

The Green Man Pub - Putney Heath - operated by Youngs Brewery (Young & Co.s Pale Ales) - unchanged to this day. Date: 1905

Background imageWagon Collection: Foden 5 ton Steam Wagon M8681

Foden 5 ton Steam Wagon M8681, built in1916, at the 1959 Andover Steam Rally. (Foden Trucks was a British truck and bus manufacturing company which had its origins in Elworth near Sandbach in 1856)

Background imageWagon Collection: Construction at Coltness Brickworks, Newmains, Wishaw, Scotl

Construction at Coltness Brickworks, Newmains, Wishaw, Scotl
Construction at Coltness Brickworks, Newmains, Wishaw, near Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Showing railway wagon of the Coltness Iron Company. Date: 1910s

Background imageWagon Collection: Protea nitida, wagon tree

Protea nitida, wagon tree
Plate 85 from Delineation of exotic plants cultivated in the Royal Garden at Kew (1796) by Franz Andreas Bauer (1758-1840). Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageWagon Collection: Gipsy girl plaiting horses tail at an encampment in Surrey

Gipsy girl plaiting horses tail at an encampment in Surrey
A gipsy girl plaiting the tail of the family horse as she sits on the step of their caravan at an encampment in Surrey. (2 of 2)

Background imageWagon Collection: Haverfordwest Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Haverfordwest Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Passengers waiting for the 1040 to Paddington, on the up platform of Haverfordwest Railway Station in Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Background imageWagon Collection: Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr

Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus for Saving Lives from Shipwr
Engraving showing Board of Trade equipment for use to help shipwrecked sailors, 1886. The items are (from left to right, top to bottom)

Background imageWagon Collection: Gypsy Boy with Hen 1973

Gypsy Boy with Hen 1973
A gypsy boy sits by the door to his family caravan clutching onto a chicken at a Surrey encampment

Background imageWagon Collection: Passage of the Issel (Ijssel), a river which runs through Germany and the Netherlands

Passage of the Issel (Ijssel), a river which runs through Germany and the Netherlands, by British troops, winter of 1794-1795, during the French Revolutionary Wars. Date: 1794

Background imageWagon Collection: Sentinel S4 Steam Wagon DKN380

Sentinel S4 Steam Wagon DKN380 (msn 9276), built in 1936, seen at the 1959 Crystal Palace Steam Rally. (Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd was a British company based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire) Date: 1959

Background imageWagon Collection: Newington Causeway

Newington Causeway
An early 20th century view of Newington Causeway, a road in Southwark, London, between the Elephant and Castle and Borough High Street. Date: 1908

Background imageWagon Collection: Fairground Wagon, Pudsey, Yorkshire

Fairground Wagon, Pudsey, Yorkshire
Fairground Wagon, Pudsey, near Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Marshalls Modern Amusements Date: 1950s

Background imageWagon Collection: No Gypsies on Epson Downs 1929

No Gypsies on Epson Downs 1929
Romany Folk whose presence was forbidden on Epom Downs even on Derby Day. A group of gipsy women and children peg-making Date: 1929

Background imageWagon Collection: Canadian World War One Patriotic Postcard

Canadian World War One Patriotic Postcard. " Here Comes Canada!" Date: circa 1916

Background imageWagon Collection: Great Eastern Railways Locomotive works at Stratford

Great Eastern Railways Locomotive works at Stratford
A view along the north side of the Great Eastern Railway?s Locomotive works at Stratford (East London) May 1864 with William Henry Maw, then Head of the Drawing office

Background imageWagon Collection: Saint-Juvin, France

Saint-Juvin, France
Saint-Juvin - a commune in the Ardennes department in northern France. Sent back to Germany, possibly by a German soldier on active service in France during WW1

Background imageWagon Collection: Sentinel Wagon 8393, HMS Sultan

Sentinel Wagon 8393, HMS Sultan at the 1969 Stourpaine rally:- Maker: Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd Type: Wagon Number: 8393 Built: 1930 Registration: DX 9048 Class: SUP Name: HMS Sultan Date: 1969

Background imageWagon Collection: Industrial Revolution. England. Mining

Industrial Revolution. England. Mining. Nineteenth-century engraving

Background imageWagon Collection: Mount Rainier and Gateway to the City of Tacoma, USA

Mount Rainier and Gateway to the City of Tacoma, USA (note the Old City hall - 8193) - sitting above the extensive Northern Pacific Railroad freight depot (yards) and the Thea Foss Waterway

Background imageWagon Collection: Cotton Warehouse 1930S

Cotton Warehouse 1930S
Men loading a wagon with bales of cotton from a warehouse in Manchester, England. Date: 1930s



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