The Brook, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

The Brook

The Brook, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

An illustration of a horse drawn carriage driven by an adult male.

Horse Drawn Carriage

An illustration of a horse drawn carriage driven by an adult male.

The Ripon cart is a horse-drawn village cart with two wheels and and a seat in the carriage.

Ripon Cart

The Ripon cart is a horse-drawn village cart with two wheels and and a seat in the carriage.

Boys and girls enjoying a hayride in the back of a horse drawn carriage.

Hayride

Boys and girls enjoying a hayride in the back of a horse drawn carriage.

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Black and White

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Color

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Outline

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist.

Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Silhouette

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

A man is loading his horse-drawn carriage with a large pine tree.

Man

A man is loading his horse-drawn carriage with a large pine tree.

Salisbury Cathedral (From the Meadows), a painting by John Constable exhibited in 1831.

Salisbury Cathedral (From the Meadows)

Salisbury Cathedral (From the Meadows), a painting by John Constable exhibited in 1831.

The coach that belonged to the first President of the United States, George Washington. A coach was originally a large, usually closed, four-wheeled carriage with two or more horses harnessed as a team, controlled by a coachman and/or one or more postilions. It had doors in the sides, with generally a front and a back seat inside and, for the driver, a small, usually elevated seat in front called a box, box seat or coach box.

Washington's Coach

The coach that belonged to the first President of the United States, George Washington. A coach was…