Tally Ho 1875 Holland & Holland Builders, London, England
Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages
Internationally famous, the Tally-Ho Road Coach was a catalyst of the road coaching movement in America, which hit its stride in the 1880s. The vehicle was brought to this country by Col. Delancey Kane, a founder of the New York Coaching Club and the main force behind the popularization of American road coaching.
'I find it interesting that in the 1880's Americans were longing for a simpler time in transportation before stage coach's and railroad. Little did they dream what was coming.............'