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The wheel was invented over 5000 years ago, but until the steam locomotive came along, a mere 150 years later, wagons and carts were the only use for transportation..
Small carriages were popularized during the 18th and 19th centuries, then wagon construction became diversified and individualistic..
Wagons and carriages were built for every conceivable purpose, for every age group, and in numerous designs and styles. They were used to tour, relocate, travel, advertise, and transport freight. Basically, there were two general types of wagons: passenger vehicles which transported people, and delivery wagons which transported things. The construction of both types of wagons was fairly simple. The bodies of wagons and carts were made of wood. Axles, springs, brakes, and various decorative embellishments were made of metal. Most passenger vehicles had upholstered seats, while delivery wagons had wood benches. There were two basic parts to wagons in carriages: the underside, which included the axles, springs, wheels, brake system, and what was known as the gearing, and the body. Wagons were classified and identified by the various styles of those two major elements of construction. Each wagon was built individually so alterations to body shape and gearing design were easily made from wagon to wagon; explaining, in part, the great variety wide as and carts that existed at the turn of the century. .
Private passenger vehicles were classified as buggies, although often they were called roundabouts, road wagons, or driving wagons. Most passenger wagons were of the Phaeton class meaning that they were owner driven, with simple, primitive, and plain designs. Two examples of this step a lag in our the Piano Box Buggy designed in 1882 and the Coal Box Body from 1902. They were both small, and two seeded common one horse carriages. These bodies would typically have a black body, ride or dark green room running gear, and dark blue or dark green cloth trim. The two bodies different a shape of the body. Where's the Piano Box Buggy is square and box-like, the Coal Box Buggy body slopes gently at the back.
People were not the only thing wagons carried. A second general category of wagon was the delivery wagon, which transported goods. Freight wagons were generally larger than passenger vehicles, and they were built to carry heavy loads. The suspension portion of these wagons was stronger and was designed to handle the demanding weight of machinery, 500 gallons of kerosene, full grown trees, furniture, or whenever product was being transported. Sitting in delivery wagons was limited to one or two spots on a wood bench, not at all like the comparative luxury of the passenger vehicle. Another distinctive feature of the delivery wagon was the body style. Nearly every product, service, and profession had its own body design. Most of the styles were created to meet specific needs..
The Republic Furniture Moving Company Dray is an example of a wagon designed to meet specific needs. It was made with a box body which was useful for moving furniture. The wheel arrangement enabled freight to hang over the sides of the wagon if necessary. A basic design of the wagon made it capable of caring other types of freight besides furniture..
A second example of a custom designed wagon is the Carnation Milk Wagon. It was designed to keep milk fresh during delivery. Enclosed body, exemplifying the milk wagon design, maintained a call temperature inside the wagon, and protected the products from wind and rain. The gearing on this type of wagon was typical of freight wagons in general, and include side and cross platform springs and the "fifth wheel". The two distinctive elements of the wagon, sheet metal sidings and pneumatic tires, indicate that this wagon was built in the 20th century..
Wagon makers could design each wagon to have differentiated features, which created great freedom and individualization in the making of horse-drawn vehicles. An example that illustrates this is the Milk Wagon No. 26. It is not of the traditional enclosed style like the Carnation Milk Wagon, but it is more similar to a dray. It was also made a completely different materials. This, in addition to some research, indicates that it could have been a wagon with a totally different purpose, perhaps a railroad delivery wagon. Cross platform springs and the "fifth wheel", as well as the design of the wagons body, indicate that this was definitely used in freight service, whether that may have been delivering railroad supplies or cans of milk..
Some wagons were not made for as specific a purpose. For example the Platform Spring Wagon was a general use delivery wagon suited for small jobs and hauling light freight. This particular wagon was used by the Southern California Gas Company to pick up and deliver gas meters. Distinctive to the platform spring wagon are the Studebaker Wood-Hound gearing and the smaller box-style body.

Dog Launch From Pier, Rubicon Bay, Lake Tahoe California

Dog Launch From Pier, Rubicon Bay, Lake Tahoe California

Travis the dog enjoys a plunge off the Homeowner's Pier in Rubicon Bay in beautiful Lake Tahoe. The water was really cold but he doesn't seem to mind when retrieving a tennis ball is at stake.

Rubicon Bay
West Shore, Lake Tahoe

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