The Horse-Drawn Transportation ClipArt gallery offers 201 illustrations of transportation means that are intended to be powered by horses pulling it, such as carriages, and related equipment. For images related to the horse, rather than the carriage, please see the Horse Care gallery in the Agriculture collection. For illustrations of people riding horses, please see the Horseback Riding gallery in Sports and Recreation.

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

Albany Swell Cutter

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

British-Indian galloping ambulance.

Ambulance

British-Indian galloping ambulance.

A cart used in the 19th century as an ambulance.

Ambulance Cart

A cart used in the 19th century as an ambulance.

"The rim or border of anything, especially of a shield or chariot. The trim of the large round shield of the ancient Greeks, was thinner than the part which it enclosed: but on the other hand, the antyx of a chariot must have been thicker than the body to which it gave both form and strength. In front of the chariot the antyx was often raised above the body, into the form of a curvature, which served the purpose of a hook to hang the reins upon." — Smith, 1873

Antyx

"The rim or border of anything, especially of a shield or chariot. The trim of the large round shield…

"A heavy, springless wagon, usually covered with a screen as shelter from the rays of the sun, drawn by oxen or cows, and used throughout north-western and central Asia, India, Turkey, and Russia, wherever Tatars have settled."-Whitney, 1902

Araba

"A heavy, springless wagon, usually covered with a screen as shelter from the rays of the sun, drawn…

"[Late 19th Century/Early 20th Century] United States Army Ambulance"-Whitney, 1902

Army Ambulance

"[Late 19th Century/Early 20th Century] United States Army Ambulance"-Whitney, 1902

"Assyrian War Chariot" — Morey, 1903

Assyrian

"Assyrian War Chariot" — Morey, 1903

A transverse bar connecting the naves of the opposite wheels of a carriage.

Axle

A transverse bar connecting the naves of the opposite wheels of a carriage.

A Berlin is a four-wheeled carriage, invented in Berlin.

Berlin coach

A Berlin is a four-wheeled carriage, invented in Berlin.

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

Body-break wagon

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

"Behind comes a boy with a cart load of grass." —Carpenter, 1902

Boy with cart

"Behind comes a boy with a cart load of grass." —Carpenter, 1902

A Break is a large four-wheeled carriage with a straight body, a calash top, and seats for 4 and for a driver and a footman.

Break

A Break is a large four-wheeled carriage with a straight body, a calash top, and seats for 4 and for…

The Brett is a long, four-wheeled pleasure carriage, with a calash top, and seats 4 and a driver.

Brett

The Brett is a long, four-wheeled pleasure carriage, with a calash top, and seats 4 and a driver.

A Britska is a long carriage with a calash or movable top, and constructed to afford space for reclining on a journey.

Britska

A Britska is a long carriage with a calash or movable top, and constructed to afford space for reclining…

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

Brougham

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

"A four wheeled carriage, having a plank attached to the hind axle and to a crossbar in front." -Foster, 1921

Buckboard

"A four wheeled carriage, having a plank attached to the hind axle and to a crossbar in front." -Foster,…

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

Buckboard wagon

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

A Buggy is a light four-wheeled vehicle in common use in the late 19th century.

Buggy

A Buggy is a light four-wheeled vehicle in common use in the late 19th century.

American one-horse, four-wheeled cart.

Buggy

American one-horse, four-wheeled cart.

This is a buggy, also called a horse and carriage which refers to a light, simple, two person carriage of the 19th and early 20th centuries, drawn usually by one or sometimes two horses.

Buggy Body

This is a buggy, also called a horse and carriage which refers to a light, simple, two person carriage…

An illustration of a double buggy. Referred to as a double buggy because the buggy has two separate seats.

Double Buggy

An illustration of a double buggy. Referred to as a double buggy because the buggy has two separate…

An illustration of a covered buggy pulled by a single horse.

Horse and Buggy

An illustration of a covered buggy pulled by a single horse.

A race type buggy being drawn behind a race horse.

Horse Drawn Buggy

A race type buggy being drawn behind a race horse.

A buggy drawn by two horses.

Horse Drawn Buggy

A buggy drawn by two horses.

Horse-drawn cab.

Cab

Horse-drawn cab.

Horse-drawn cab driver.

Cab

Horse-drawn cab driver.

Family in the cab.

Cab

Family in the cab.

A kind of covered carriage.

Cab

A kind of covered carriage.

A Cabriolet is a one-horse pleasure carriage with a calash top, a covering for the legs, and seats for 2.

Cabriolet

A Cabriolet is a one-horse pleasure carriage with a calash top, a covering for the legs, and seats for…

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

Cabriolet

From a chart of "Modern fashionable carriages and vehicles in general use," 1893.

A Calash is a light carriage on low wheels, seats 4 inside, and can, through a movable top and front, be used as either a closed or open vehicle.

Calash

A Calash is a light carriage on low wheels, seats 4 inside, and can, through a movable top and front,…

A caleche.

Caleche

A caleche.

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

Canopy Toy Phaeton

From a chart of "Late styles of fashionable carriages and sleighs," 1893.

"Each is a two-wheeled affair, with seats high up over the wheels and steps below on which our feet rest." —Carpenter, 1902

Jaunting car

"Each is a two-wheeled affair, with seats high up over the wheels and steps below on which our feet…

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle.

Carriage

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle.

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle.

Carriage

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle.

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used by people.

Carriage

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used by people.

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used by people.

Carriage

The carriage is a wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used by people.

The carriage is a horse-drawn wheeled vehicle.

Carriage

The carriage is a horse-drawn wheeled vehicle.

This carriage was designed for the class termed the "sociables". The carriage is painted in rich ultra-marine blue color and lined with silk and lace.

Carriage

This carriage was designed for the class termed the "sociables". The carriage is painted in rich ultra-marine…

This carriage is designed with a retractable cover that can be used as a closed carriage, half open or entirely open.

Carriage

This carriage is designed with a retractable cover that can be used as a closed carriage, half open…

An illustration of a woman driving a horse and carriage.

Carriage & Horse

An illustration of a woman driving a horse and carriage.

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.

This provincial carriage is painted to resemble cane work and the body is suspended on elliptical springs.

Provincial Carriage

This provincial carriage is painted to resemble cane work and the body is suspended on elliptical springs.

"The carrioles are little carts not unlike our American sulkies, save that each carriole has a seat behind for the boy or girl whom the owner sends along to bring it back home." —Carpenter, 1902

Carriole and Pony

"The carrioles are little carts not unlike our American sulkies, save that each carriole has a seat…

A two-wheeled carriage for heavy commodities.

Cart

A two-wheeled carriage for heavy commodities.

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.

A form of transportation used during 17th century England.

Coach and Sedan Chair

A form of transportation used during 17th century England.

A Chaise is a two-wheeled vehicle with a calash top and a body slung on leather straps.

Chaise

A Chaise is a two-wheeled vehicle with a calash top and a body slung on leather straps.

A chaise, sometimes called chay or shay, was a formerly popular, light two- or four-wheeled traveling or pleasure carriage, usually of a chair-backed type, with a movable hood or calash top. The name came from the French for chair, through a transference from a sedan-chair to a wheeled vehicle. The two-wheeled version, for one or two persons, also called a gig or one-horse shay, had a body hung on leather straps or thorough-braces and was usually drawn by one horse; a light chaise having two seats was a double chair . The four-wheeled pleasure carriage type was similar. The term chaise was also used for any light carriage or pleasure cart.

Chaise

A chaise, sometimes called chay or shay, was a formerly popular, light two- or four-wheeled traveling…

A Roman chariot.

Chariot

A Roman chariot.

"Arms and a chariot are here assigned to June through not properly a warlike goddess. The idea itself, of giving such appendages to Diety, seems borrowed from the habits of the heroic age. The following delineation of a chariot is from an ancient one preserved in the Vatican; <em>Hoc regnum dea</em> etc." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Chariot

"Arms and a chariot are here assigned to June through not properly a warlike goddess. The idea itself,…

Egyptian War-chariot

Chariot

Egyptian War-chariot

A horse-drawn chariot for soldiers, used to break enemy battalions. The wheels are equipped with blades or scythes, affixed to the axletrees. An archer rides next to the driver, taking aim.

A Chariot of Iron

A horse-drawn chariot for soldiers, used to break enemy battalions. The wheels are equipped with blades…

An illustration of two men standing in a chariot pulled by two small goats.

Men in Chariot Pulled by Goats

An illustration of two men standing in a chariot pulled by two small goats.

"The chariot was discovered in 1903 in an Ertuscan cemetery near Rome. It dates from perhaps 600 B.C. Almost every part of the vehicle is covered with thin plates of bronze, elaborately decorated. The wheels are only two feet in diameter. Since the chariot is too small and delicate for use in warfare, we may believe it to have been intended for ceremonial purposes only."&mdash;Webster, 1913

A Graeco-Ertuscan Chariot

"The chariot was discovered in 1903 in an Ertuscan cemetery near Rome. It dates from perhaps 600 B.C.…

A two wheeled car or vehicle used in various forms by the ancients in war, in processions, and for racing.

Greek Chariot

A two wheeled car or vehicle used in various forms by the ancients in war, in processions, and for racing.

"In the battles, as depicted by Homer, the chiefs are the only important combatants, while the people are an almost useless mass, frequently put to rout by the prowess of a single hero. The chief is mounted in a war chariot, and stands by the side of his charioteer, who is frequently a friend." &mdash; Smith, 1882

Greek chariot

"In the battles, as depicted by Homer, the chiefs are the only important combatants, while the people…

A vehicle used for pleasure and war by the early Assyrians, Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. The vehicle has two wheels, closed in the front and open in the back.

Roman Military Chariot

A vehicle used for pleasure and war by the early Assyrians, Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. The vehicle…

A Chariotee is a four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two seats and a movable top.

Chariotee

A Chariotee is a four-wheeled pleasure carriage with two seats and a movable top.