stagecoach

[steyj-kohch]
noun
a horse-drawn coach that formerly traveled regularly over a fixed route with passengers, parcels, etc.

Origin:
1630–40; stage + coach

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stagecoach (ˈsteɪdʒˌkəʊtʃ)
 
n
a large four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to carry passengers, mail, etc, on a regular route between towns and cities

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Example sentences
The stagecoach always drew up before the door of the cottage.
It gives the impression of a stagecoach missing both the horses and the coach,
  but it got the job done.
Some were forestry roads or stagecoach routes, others access trails to logging
  areas or mines or power lines.
Take the kids on a stagecoach ride or try gold panning.
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