Physical description

A large square green paperback book about Buggies & Horse-Drawn Vehicles used for transport in Australia. The cover has a green border with a picture of a man and boy sitting in an open one horse-drawn buggy outside a house. There are many diagrams, photos and illustrations throughout. It discusses in-depth, the history, types and various aspects of these vehicles used On the front ight end paperin the early days from the 1800's-1900's. Pp.208.

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Inscriptions & markings

On the front end paper, right top is written 'Chas. Davis 751507 '. At the bottom of the same page is written, 'THEMSELVES T LUCURY'


This book evokes the fascinating golden era of horse-drawn vehicles in Australia in the 1800 and 1900's. The author's practical expertise and first-hand research and a wealth of contemporary illustrations, make it an indispensable guide for both the collector and restorer. It traces the development of horse-drawn road transport from the boom period of coach building to its decline in the early decades of the 20th century.