The Landau Horsedrawn Carriage
Four-seater open carriage with a hood
This open Horsedrawn Carriage has two hoods which close to cover
the happy couple should there be a shower or it be a windy day.
It is a canoe-bottom or Sefton Landau and it was built CIRCA 1900
by Buchanan of Glasgow.
It is pulled by a pair of horses. The wheels and undercarriage
of this wedding carriage are painted green with gold coach-lines.
Your Coachman will be dressed in matching dark green livery coats.
The interior is finished in black leather with matching green head
This carriage was used on the Duke of Glasgow's estate, near Inverness.