Barouche – Large open carriages of family capacity with a high box seat. Used from Regency to early Victorian times with four horses or a pair.
Wanting a Sack – An old coachman’s term for after a crash.
Wain -A wagon
Wagon-lock – a kind of iron shoe, which is placed under the rear-wheel of a wagon to curtail motion when going downhill.
Wainwright – A wagon maker.
Backband – A strap going over or through the pad and carrying the weight of the shafts or traces.
Bainconi Car – A public passenger vehicle of large capacity, used in place of stagecoaches in Ireland before the advent of the railways. It was a four wheeled vehicle with sideways facing seating and drawn by a team or unicorn. Introduced and popularised by an Italian who gave it his name.
Backgammon Board – An old term for a seat on the roof at the rear of a coach.