When the railroad got to eastern Montana in 1881, it changed the face of tourism in Yellowstone National Park forever by making it possible for more people to get there. It also created a need for transportation between the train station and the park. Wagons, carts, and stagecoaches filled the need. This two-horse coach carried three visitors and three coachmen. The man on top is a guard and holds a rifle. Stagecoach travel came to a halt in 1913 when they were no longer allowed in the park. Photographed ca. 1913.
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