Brougham Carriage

After leaving the Famine Museum you are next facing the Brougham Carriage. These carriages were called after Lord Brougham, a famous British politician who arranged for the English coachbuilders Robinson and Cook to build a carriage on his behalf, and hence the name Brougham Carriage. He was appointed as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain in the 1830s, and during his tenure both the 1832 Reform Act and the 1833 Abolition of Slavery Act were successfully passed into law. He also served as Chief Attorney to Queen Caroline, wife of King George IV.

Witness the spectacular Brougham Carriage here at Cashel Folk Village.
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