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La historia visual de los cochecitos de bebés - Marabico

Tandem stroller. (We have this one and it's perfect for our twins who love to play footsie.)

Tandem stroller. (We have this one and it's perfect for our twins who love to play footsie.)

Creepy Medical Images From The Past

Creepy Medical Images From The Past

Medicina,Vendimia Médica,Equipos Médicos,Historial Médico,Cosas Espeluznantes,Miedo,De Ninguna Manera,Macabro,Enfermería

Wagon Turquía. Sociedad Histórica de Wisconsin 1910.

Wagon Turquía. Sociedad Histórica de Wisconsin 1910.

Strolling a prince or princess around town?

Classica Stroller - Pink & White

Strolling a prince or princess around town?

lindo!

lindo!

African American inventor: William H. Richardson, President of The Racine Carriage Company, invented the reversible baby carriage, c.1889. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: whattoexpect)

African American inventor: William H. Richardson, President of The Racine Carriage Company, invented the reversible baby carriage, c.1889. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: whattoexpect)

There's something creepy about this empty Victorian baby carriage by Heidi Ott (from Mainly Minis).

There's something creepy about this empty Victorian baby carriage by Heidi Ott (from Mainly Minis).

Spotted: Melanie C. with Maxi Cosi Mura 4

Spotted: Melanie C. with Maxi Cosi Mura 4

1775-1799 British Child's carriage at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "These carriages were often designed to be pulled rather than pushed, since they developed from horse-drawn carriages. Some children's carriages had two shafts for a pony; others, like the one seen here, had one, which would probably have been pulled by a servant."

Carriage

1775-1799 British Child's carriage at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "These carriages were often designed to be pulled rather than pushed, since they developed from horse-drawn carriages. Some children's carriages had two shafts for a pony; others, like the one seen here, had one, which would probably have been pulled by a servant."

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