c.1890s-1930s: Zebra Carriages Chris July 2, 2010 1800-1899, Animals 7 CommentsFavourited 1655 times Add to favourites Sources: Shopkins Fossick / Natural History Museum / Popular Science 7 Responses Radu March 10, 2010 Du coq à l’âne: contemporary yet imaginary Zebras show up near the People’s Palace in Bucharest – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y-3lAYi7Vg Reply AJ March 10, 2010 I adore zebras! They are such under-appreciated live works of art! Every one of those photos is given a fresh dimension by the pattern of the zebra! Hurraaay to zebras everywhere! Reply Von March 11, 2010 wow…really chuffed you took this one up…I love these images…I’ve even had dreams with zebras in! I wonder what other unusual forms of transportation there has been in history. Reply melissa2012 January 11, 2012 why dont they have tame Zebras now? Reply lm656 January 14, 2012 Zebras tend to be wild and unpredictable. Some people ride them but only skilled riders/trainers Reply emtee01 May 7, 2012 Great shots! The middle photo is not labelled but it was Baron Walter Rothschild, who used to take his coach and four zebras up the Mall to Buckingham Palace. Sorry if you knew this already! Reply Taylor July 2, 2012 Insane. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.