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  • The Carriage Museum - Private collection of late 1800s, early 1900s horse-drawn vehicles belonging to Tom and Elaine Haughaboo. Open to the public, located in historical Washington, Kentucky.
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  • Carriage Museum Of America - Information on the subject of horse-drawn transportation. The CMA Library is the foremost collection on the subject. Bird-in-Hand, PA, USA.
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  • Circus World Museum - Preserving more than 200 circus wagons, the biggest collection of these glittering masterpieces to be found anywhere. Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA.
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  • Genesee Carriage Museum - Educational living history museum and village including a 19th and 20th century horse-drawn carriages and wagons. A collection of Brewster coaches and carriages grace the collection. Located in Mumford, New York, near Rochester, USA.
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  • Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum - The variety and significance of the vehicles on display make the Carriage Museum's unique collection one of the most impressive in New York State. Canandaigua, New York, USA.
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  • Lancut: The Carriage Museum - Features fifty-five carriages representing every type: parade coaches, others for visiting, long journeys, outings, sport and hunting, supplemented by seventy horsedrawn vehicles collected after World War II. Located in Poland.
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  • Lynden Pioneer Museum - Housing the largest collection of horsedrawn vehicles in the state. Lynden, Washington, USA.
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  • Mifflinburg Buggy Museum - Located in the only known preserved 19th century carriage shop. Information on tours, owners, workers, and manufacturing of coaches. Located in Pennsylvania.
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  • Owls Head Transportation Museum - Housing 12 carriages from 1849 to 1910 in addition to one of the finest collections of pioneer-era aircraft and automobiles in the world. Located in Maine.
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  • Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum - One of the finest collections of original horse-drawn vehicles and equipment in Britain consisting of over 40 vehicles on display. Located in Matlock, Derbyshire. UK.
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  • Remington Carriage Museum - Houses one of the largest collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 200 carriages, wagons and sleighs.
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  • Wesley Jung Carriage Museum - More than 100 horse-drawn and hand-operated vehicles, the collection ranks as Wisconsin's largest — and one of the largest in the nation. Carriages range from commercial delivery wagons, fire wagons, sleighs, and a circus calliope to children's play wagons and sleds. Remarkable examples of the carriage maker's craft include a Velvet Tobacco wagon and an umbrella-topped phaeton (both 1900), and a Silsby steam-powered fire pumper (1885). Madison, WI. USA.
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  • Woodlawn Museum - Features three hundred acre estate of the Col. John Black, built in 1824. Includes image library, events, and membership. Located in Ellsworth.
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