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Wagons

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Old wagon stock image. Image of farmland, farmer, rural - 624307

Old wagon on a farm Photo about farmland, farmer, rural, rust, rusting, pioneers, wagon, wheel, rusted, transportation, spokes, historic, travel, relic, pasture, field - 624307

Covered Wagon, side view. A very detailed covered wagon minus the tongue, but ot , #SPONSORED, #detailed, #covered, #wagon, #view, #Covered #ad

Covered Wagon, side view. Photo about covered, grass, horse, pioneers, wooden, chuck, drawn, wagon, trees, tarp, wheels, canvas, homestead - 1971404

Antique Wagon Wheels: History, Identification, and Valuation

The 19th and part of the 20th century saw antique wagon wheel-driven cars become the craze. We can’t ignore how significant these were in advancing the transp

The Wagon - Learn about Covered Wagons used on the Oregon/California National Trail

Nothing contributed more to the success or failure of a Western wagon trek than the wagons that carried the pioneers across 2,000 miles of jolting wilderness.

John Deere Steel Stake Wagon, Green

About this item High Quality Construction: This John Deere kid's wagon is constructed of heavy-duty rust-resistant steel with rolled edges and corners for no scratches or pinches Pneumatic Tires & Advanced Steering: Easy maneuverability and a smooth, virtually tip-proof ride Secure Ride: High wooden stake sides keep kids inside the wagon while on a riding adventure Officially Licensed John Deere Product Recommended age: 2 years and up

Chuck Wagon  The chuck wagon was designated the official state vehicle of Texas in 2005. Chuck wagons carried food and cooking equipment on the prairies of the U.S. and Canada as part of wagon trains and was used for feeding nomadic workers like cowboys and loggers. The "cookie" was in charge of the chuck wagon, usually second only to the "trailboss" on a cattle drive. The cookie would often act not only as cook, but also barber, dentist, and banker.

The chuck wagon was designated the official state vehicle of Texas in 2005. All State Vehicles Chuck wagons carried food and cooking equipment on the prairies of the U.S. and Canada as part of wagon trains and was used for feeding nomadic workers like cowboys and loggers. The "cookie" was in charge of the chuck wagon, usually second only to the "trailboss" on a cattle drive. The cookie would often act not only as cook, but also barber, dentist, and banker.

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