If you’ve by any chance seen one of the previous three issues of the CAA’s (formerly annual, now biennial) World on Wheels journal, you’ll remember that it’s small (6 x 9 inches) and completely black and white.

Well, I’ve just finished this year’s — completely re-envisioned — issue. This issue consists, as usual, of articles taken from the lectures at the most recent CAA / CWF International Carriage Symposium. It’s larger than previous issues (8.5 x 11, 104 pages, perfect-bound) and filled with glorious color images from the symposium lectures. The articles in this issue cover a variety of topics: commercial vehicles, Austrian imperial vehicles, the evolution of European driving horses, an in-depth study of gender notions in the sale and use of carriages, and sumptuous hammercloths and interiors.

As a color teaser, here’s the wrap-around cover (back on the left, front on the right) for this issue …

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