Whites Hill Carriages
Incorporating: A W Jones Carriages
If the vehicles are pulled by a pair of horses, the coachman is accompanied by at least one groom. If the vehicle is pulled by a team of four horses, at least two grooms are needed for safety reasons.
An original landau, circa 1880, built by Lawton.
The low shell of the landau makes for maximum visibility of the occupants and can be 'open' or 'closed' for those wet days.
Glass Fronted landau
Our all weather coach. designed to take up to 4 passengers (adults or children) with 2 or 4 horses.
With all round visibility and is easily converted into a partial or fully open Carriage.
Sporting Dutch Dog Cart. c.1900.
Seats 2 to 4 people.
Usually pulled by a pair of horses.
Can be pulled by a team of horses (four).
Magnet Coach replica. c.1800s.
(Built in the 1970s.)
Seats up to 4 people inside & up to 8 people on the top seats.
Open Park Victoria, 1886 (original)
designed to take up to 2 adults & 2 small children with 2 horses
Pulled by a team of horses (four).
A traditional all weather coach. designed to take up to 4 passengers (adults or children) with 2 horses.
Sporting Roof Seat Brake.
Built recently, as a replica of a traditional vehicle c. early 1900s.
Seats up to 6 people (if pulled by a pair of horses).
Seats up to 4
pulled by a team of horses).
This vehicle will seat less guests if it is pulled by a team of horses because we need 2 extra grooms to sit on the vehicle.