TWO-HORSE OPEN SLEIGH (1895)

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The year is 1895. We’ve all heard about the One-Horse Open Sleigh and jingling all the way. But, how about the TWO-Horse Open Sleigh? If one horse can plow you into a “drifted bank” – just imagine what two horses can do. We’ll never know for sure, as this pair won’t make it out of first gear. They’re headed for a leisurely ride through the streets of Hobart, New York – where this photo was taken in the winter of 1895.

Colorizing really makes this Victorian snow scene “pop”. It also conveys the cold better than black & white could. So, this forgotten photo sat on ice for 118 years – waiting for a moment such as this, when it could be revealed in realistic full-color.
See how happy it looks now? You betcha!

1895 - Two-Horse Open Sleigh (Hobart, NY) (1)

1895 - Two-Horse Open Sleigh

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