Wagon Land Adventure : Collections
Object ID:
WG 2011-004
Object Name:
Tally Ho Coach
Description:
This Tally Ho Coach was purchased from Bill Deans collection in Waverly Iowa. Bill was the owner of the Waverly Midwest Horse Sale in Waverly Iowa. This was the dignitary wagon that was used in the Utah Statehood Centennial Wagon Train in June of 1996. This coach went from Logan to Cedar City Utah and was driven by Hal Wood of Garland Utah.

This Tally Ho Coach has a red fifth wheel gear and a black body and red accent on the sides under the front four seats. It has five rows of seats and can seat 14 passengers. It has rear and under the floor compartments. The seats have cloth upholstery and are trimmed with patent leather and brass trim under the seats. It has nice lamps on the sides of the driver's seat and a wicker umbrella basket on the side. The Tally Ho Coach is a popular American term for a four-in-hand Coach, derived from the individual name of the Road Coach introduced in 1876 by Colonel Delancey Kane for service between the Brunswick Hotel in New Your City, and Pelham New York.

This was the dignitary wagon that was used in the Utah Statehood Centennial Wagon Train in June of 1996.
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