Brougham

Pronounced "broom", this is a style of carriage that was first introduced in the 1830s and was similar to a chariot. This was more of an update of the chariot to provide gentlemen with a vehicle that was fully-enclosed with a permanent head for more privacy than the two-wheeled vehicles that were so popular among the gentlemen. It was popular with the gentry of the day as it was an ideal carriage for use in towns and cities and was one of the most popular carriages of the last half of the 19th century.

Single Brougham

A Victorian version of the chariot with space for only two front-facing passengers.

  • Seats: 2 passengers + coachman &  groom

  • Horses: 1 or 2

Double Brougham

A Victorian version of the coach. Double Broughams differ from Singles in that they have fixed seating for four passengers.

  • Seats: 4 passengers + coachman &  groom

  • Horses: 1 or 2