A police van; paddy wagon (1950s+)
Mr. Edmund Hosmer used to carry it to market in season on his milk wagon.
We passed a milk wagon or two and an occasional early trolley.
The driver of a milk wagon halted his nag to watch the commotion.
A driver jumped into his milk wagon and sent the horse galloping.
I had done it with the broom, and the milk wagon, and the rain spout.
Then the lash of a whip was heard outside, a “g'lang,” with the impetus of an oath, and a milk wagon clattered down the street.
Presently a milk wagon clattered to a stop in front of the house.
The dawn was flushing the chocolate-colored fronts before them and a milk wagon was working gradually down the block.
The feller I got him off'n said he knew of his havin' been163 used on a milk wagon, a pedler's cart and a hack.
Even before the milk wagon was out of sight, he had gathered up his materials.