Overland by Stagecoach: Wyoming, circa 1900

Stagecoach in the Old West

 

Nine people squeezed inside the stagecoach. Any additional passengers sometimes travelled on the roof. Passengers remained sandwiched together for about 22 days, with only brief stops for meals and changes of stock or equipment.

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One Response to Overland by Stagecoach: Wyoming, circa 1900

  1. odeboyz says:

    It sounds like Southern Rail

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