London: Published by the Author, Commission Stables, 66 Brompton Road, 1870. First edition. RARE. The author, C.S. Ward... Read More about Hints on Driving
np: nd [ca. 1880]. This anonymous, English drawing, captioned "The Hill to the Downs.– 'Done Up!'", shows a a double deck omnibus loaded with passengers, apparently making its way from London to the races at Epsom Downs. The right wheeler does not want to start, the guard is standing beside..... Read More about An original pen-and-ink drawing of a four-in-hand coaching scene "Hill to the Downs. 'Done...
[London]: “Pub. by Dighton”, Nov., 1801. The second Earl of Sefton, who was known as Lord Dashalong because of his fondness for driving a carriage and four, was a keen sportsman and gambler. Read More about Hand-colored engraved caricature: “Lord Dashalong Bent on Driving”
Stony Brook, Long Island: Suffolk Museum & Carriage House, 1964. Reprint of 1876 first edition with new preface. Read More about Draft-Book of Centennial Carriages, Displayed in Philadelphia, at the International Exhibition of...
London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1889. First Trade Edition. Presentation Copy. Part of the Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. Edited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, K.G. Assisted by Alfred E.T. Watson. Read More about Driving. With Contributions by Other Authorities
London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1889. Second Edition. Part of the Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. Edited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, K.G. Assisted by Alfred E.T. Watson. Read More about Driving. With Contributions by Other Authorities
London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1890. Third edition. Part of the Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. Edited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, K.G. Assisted by Alfred E.T. WatsonSigned by Bradley Martin, Jr, Ch.Ch. Oxford Michaelmas term 1892. Read More about Driving. With Contributions by Other Authorities
Paris: Anselin et Pochard, 1827. First edition in French. Public Roads and Transportation. Barbier attributes the translation to "Bailliet, maître des requêtes,"who perhaps also authored the substantial, original section (pp. 285-469) entitled "Considerations et Recherches sur Les Voies Publiques de France."Edgeworth (1744-1817), the father of novelist Maria Edgeworth, first published..... Read More about Essai sur la construction des routes et des voitures ... augmenté d'une Notice sur le Système...
Paris: Anselin et Pochard, Libraires, 1827. First French edition of Edgeworth's “Essay on the Construction of Roads and Carriages”. Presentation from the Translator. Inscribed on the half title (folded) “Offer par le traducteur à S. E. le Cte. de Chambrol, Ministre de la Marine.” Translated by the Baron Antoine Augustin..... Read More about Essai sur la Construction des Routes et des Voitures…et augmenté d'une Notice sur le Systême...
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1861. Read More about Black's Picturesque Tourist and Road and Railway Guide Book through England and Wales
Paris: L. Maison, 1845. Twenty-second edition. Read More about Guide Classique du Voyageur en France et en Belgique. Par Richard [pseud
Paris: Timothee Dehay [Imprinteries de Lachevareiere], 1830. Read More about Itinéraire de Troyes a Mulhausen, Chaumont, Vesoul, Belfort Par F. G. De Malvoisine
Paris: Chez Jean de la Caille, Imprimeur de la Police, de L'Imprimerie de Pierre Merge, 1713. Hackney Carriage Fights. Responding to complaints by the Police of Paris of the troubles and fights caused by the drivers of the hacks and carriages available by the hour or day, further laws to..... Read More about Ordonnance du Roi, pour les Carosses. Par heure
Francfort sur le Mein: Chez Frederic Wilmans, 1821. Postal Routes. Read More about Route des postes par l'Allemagne et les pays limitrophes avec des notes trés utiles aux voyageurs
[London: Farmer's Club], March 1885. Read More about Riding and Driving Horses Their Breeding and Rearing
[New York: [Eyre and Spotiswoode], 1930]. Aldin, Cecil. First edition, no. 23 of 50 copies, signed by the author and the artist and printed on special mould made paper. ONE OF 50. Tales stemming from the author's fascination with coaching prints. Read More about Roads and Vagabonds
London: Richard Bentley and Sons, 1885. First edition. “A good general history of the origin, routes, methods and equipment of early British mail coaching’ (Rittenhouse). With fine plates by Sturgess. Read More about The Coaching Age
London: Printed by Schulze and Dean for the Authors, sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1814. Read More about An Actual Survey and Itinerary of the Road from Calais to Paris, shewing the distance between...
Evansville, Indiana: Hercules Buggy Company, 1915. Read More about Hercules Buggy Company. Catalogue No 21
London: Printed for Leigh and Son, 1835. Third edition, considerably Enlarged and Improved. Read More about Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of Ireland Containing an Account of All the Direct and Cross Roads;...
Milan: Chez Jean Pierre Geigler, Libraire, 1822. Attributed by Barbier and Querard to Kalichoff, a Russian. Read More about Manuel du Voyageur en Italie, ou Nouvelle Description de tout ce que ce pays offre de plus...
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1876. First Edition. “Excellent technical data on design and handling of coaches, glossary of coaching slang. One of the most readable British coaching books.”. Read More about Annals of the Road, or Notes on Mail and Stage Coaching in Great Britain, to which are Added...
London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1822. Sixteenth edition. Read More about Paterson's Roads; Being An Entirely Original and Accurate Description of All the Direct and...
London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1826. Eighteenth edition. With an Appendix to the Eighteenth Edition, 1828. 44pp, at end. Read More about Paterson's Roads; Being An Entirely Original and Accurate Description of All the Direct and...
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1831. Eighteenth edition. Read More about Paterson's Roads; being an Entirely Original and Accurate Descriptions of all the Direct and...
New York: "Evening Mail" Office [John A. Gray & Green, Printers], 1868. First edition. Contains a map of Canada, New England, "Map of the Rensselaer & Saratoga, Rutland & Burlington and Lake Champlain Railway and Steamboat Line" (engraved for "Appleton's Railway Guide" and "Map of Pleasure Travel and Excursion Routes..... Read More about Book of Summer Resorts. Explaining where to find them, how to find them and their especial...