The rootin tootin centerpiece of any wild west themed event is our replica stagecoach. Modeled on the traditional Abbot and Downing ‘Concord’ coach made famous in Calamity Jane and the John Ford film ‘Stagecoach’, this is a fabulous photo booth, allowing your guests not only to be photographed and receive an instant price inside the booth, but also to have their pictures taken in front of the coach. Throw in the list of additional props provided with the coach and you almost have a complete theme with this one product!
When hiring our wild west stagecoach photo booth, you not only receive the stunning replica stagecoach, but it comes with the following at no extra charge;
The first Concord stagecoach was built in 1827. Abbot Downing Company employed leather strap braces under their stagecoaches which gave a swinging motion instead of the jolting up and down of a spring suspension. The company manufactured over forty different types of carriages and wagons at the wagon factory in Concord, New Hampshire. Concord stagecoaches were built so solidly it became known they didn't break down but just wore out.
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