Old NH carriages on display in renovated Long Island museum
Across the aisle is the 1867 Crawford House coach, a large stagecoach that brought well-to-do summer visitors from a train station to the Crawford House, a resort in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. A period photograph shows about 20 passengers perched precariously in and atop the coach, which had an early shock absorber system that allowed it to sway with the terrain.
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