"Tally Ho" Stage Coaches
(YELL 90054) Abbot-Downing "Tally-Ho" stagecoach in the park's museum collection.
(YELL 133564) Six-horse "Tally-Ho" stagecoach enroute from the Northern Pacific Railroad depot in
(YELL 142430) Image from a circa 1950s postcard showing a "Tally-Ho" (possibly the same 1004 numbered coach in the collection) taken near the Roosevelt Lodge. Although missing the roof seats, the coach at this point appears to retain most of its other original features.
(YELL-2012-3) A recently acquired image of a "Tally-Ho" stagecoach also numbered 1004. This photo clearly shows the roof seats still intact.
Did You Know?
Lake trout are an invasive species of fish that is decimating the native cutthroat trout population in Yellowstone Lake.