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The Stagecoach

Travel back to a time in history when caravans of Charlies (slang for stagecoach drivers), their horses and coaches created pathways that enabled westward migration. The stagecoach itself was uniquely suited for the grueling trek with an egg shape designed to ford rivers, and shock absorbers fashioned from leather straps to make the 60 to 70 miles of rough terrain a day almost bearable to its passengers.

The stagecoach companies and operators were the original entrepreneurs of the old West. They competed for lucrative government mail delivery contracts and served as the primary transport to and from the boom and bust towns before the railroad arrived.

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