Technical Drawings


Some of a few original drawings of the coach factory preserved up to now.


Carriage for milk delivery. The body is built from a light ash wood, the interior is equipped with 9mm thick poplar boards, the exterior is sheeted with iron plates. The inside room was divided into three sections that could hold 3x6=18 small boxes with 25 bottles (each containing 1l), i.e. 450 litres of milk altogether. The body roof was fitted with railing for placement of boxes with empty bottles. The driver's box with a cab-like roof offered enough room for two persons. It was drawn by one horse and its loading capacity was 475 kg. The vehicle had white varnish coating with blue bars.


Caleche - coaches designed for roads in a bad state of repair


Some of a few original drawings of the coach factory preserved up to now.


Some of a few original drawings of the coach factory preserved up to now.


Swinging axles experiment around the year 1820


Detail of upholstery, type Phaeton


Study of a body, type Landau