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A 1913 Thames coach
A 1913 Thames coach. On this alternative to the charabang, passengers would climb up a ladder to the roof, which formed a natural grandstand. Built by the Thames Ironworks, they announced their plans to build a motorised stagecoach in 1911. Epsom, Ascot and Brooklands were typical venues.
- Image ref: 1194211
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images