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With the introduction of the railroad in 1855, road use and the demand for a stagecoach declined.
Her great-grandfather, William Anderson, operated a mail stagecoach between Bel Air, Edgewood and Baltimore.
TROY TWP, Ohio - The Welshfield Inn was built in 1840 by Alden Nash as a stagecoach stop along the two-day journey between Cleveland and Youngstown.
Yes, those are real Wells Fargo stagecoach wheels out front.
Because in 1861 a 25-year-old Missouri riverboat pilot named Sam Clemens boarded a stagecoach bound for the same territory.
In 2002, his daughter, Katie Potter, her partner and their then 2-year-old daughter rode in a stagecoach at the head of the parade as its grand marshal.
All of this continues to hang over the 165-year-old stagecoach company and could further tarnish its once-wholesome reputation.
Yes, those are real Wells Fargo wood stagecoach wheels out front.
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