This is a hooded Whitechapel buggy made in Australia between 1914 and 1924 by Arthur Wynne, a coachbuilder from Horsham, Victoria. Horse-drawn buggies were very popular in both America and Australia from the mid-nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries.
American style buggies were stylish and versatile and much more suited to colonial country travel than the heavy, cumbersome English style carriages which were used in the Australian cities at the time. Lightly constructed of strong, resili...
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