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Discussion in 'General Station Wagon Discussions' started by OrthmannJ, Jan 19, 2010.
Yup they do. From our own gallery.......
I found the pic online ages ago, no info other than 1859
What kind of wagon is that little white one in #2720?
I like it.
Cool, and it's a Buick!
Photo series of Eric O. Brown, district manager for the Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Co. The Brown family prepares to depart on a fishing trip. Mr. Brown loads the Evinrude outboard into the family station wagon, while his wife Dorothy and son and daughter prepare to stow the net, rod and tackle box. The Brown's modern English home was constructed in 1927 and designed by Heath, Gove and Bell, Architects.
Description: Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company was completing a company wide expansion and building program. The expansion would allow the company to serve their customers better. Exterior view of Mobilgas service station in Milton, a sign indicates a public telephone booth is available; photo ordered by Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Very old Wartburg Kombi station wagon - HUngary
1948: A station wagon collects children each morning for the Westchester County School of the Association for the Help of Retarded Children, the first parent-sponsored non-profit school in New York State.
1955: Packets of noodles from Mgsr John Romaniello's noodle factory in Hong Kong being loaded into the Catholic Relief Service's station wagon for distribution.
Racing driver Peter Collins and his new wife Louise pose in front of their new Ford station wagon, at Maranello before the Mille Miglia, May 1957. The car was purchased from American driver Ebbie Lunkin, also a Ford dealer in Cinncinnati, Ohio, who they had met at Sebring in March