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an open horse-drawn carriage with four wheels

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By the middle of the 20th century, unlike bike riding or fishing, knowing how to shoot a single action had become relegated to the same fate as knowing how to drive a horse-drawn buckboard or using button hooks to fasten high-topped shoes.
They transferred to horse-drawn buggies and, later, to open truck "buckboards." Today they arrive by chartered buses, small planes, limos, and private cars.
People from miles around would come in horse-drawn buckboards to collect her and her divining rod, driving her off to their Oklahoma pastures, and she'd tell them where to drill the well.
Minor actors, the common run of extras, if they weren't locals, all took the red trolley line to the ruins of the Long Wharf just north of Santa Monica Canyon, where buckboards awaited them.
Carrion deliveries from the slaughter houses ceased the next week, and not long afterward Gandolph was seen heading east in his buckboard.
From the top of "Fort Wilderness" on Tom Sawyer's Island, Walt himself wrote, you could "peer down the island to the burning cabin of some poor pioneer who was attacked by the redskins." In front of the burning cabin, the pioneer was lying dead with an arrow sticking out of his chest; the narration on a passing steamboat explained that this scene provided "proof of the problems of the early west." The Frontierland of the fifties also boasted several "realistic" rides involving historic vehicles pulled by real horses--stagecoaches, Conestoga wagons, buckboards, surreys and buggies--with "plenty of action, provided live by attacking Indians on horseback."
One newspaper described the last hunt of the season at Newport, R.I., this way: "All Newport mustered at the meet, the road to Southwick's Grove being literally chock-full of vehicles of every sort, shape, size, and description." Coaching was also imported from England and such resorts as Tuxedo, N.Y., and Lenox, Mass., found roads jammed with expensive dog-carts, buckboards, landaus, and phaetons.
This massive equestrian facility boasts acres of the most modern showgrounds imaginable, and once it was decorated with stagecoaches, buckboards with stagecoaches, fencing and hay bales, false-front buildings and other rustic props, the Equidome was transformed, almost magically, into a colorful western setting.
Model T's and Model A's, horses, buggies and buckboards all drifted out of the ethereal gloom, washing up behind one unremarkable little backwater barn and farmhouse.
In early days this major thoroughfare was a dirt trail and the domain of buckboards and Model T Fords.
Wagons, buggies, surreys & buckboards: Those are the pride and joy of the Higgins family of Meeker, Ohio.
The Higgins collection currently numbers about 30 pieces, including wagons, buggies, surreys and buckboards. Roger's latest endeavor is restoration of a Rockaway carriage.
Our Ontario friends will buy here a pony or two--they have two buckboards.