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1. Canals also linked together the stagecoach and railway networks making long distance journeys easier.
2. The girl got on a stagecoach and was sad all the way.
3. In bygone days, both railroad and stagecoach deposited visitors in nearby Point Reyes Station.
4. The brief experience of Stagecoach, the only private operator running regular passenger services, has been mixed.
5. The stagecoach driver cracked the whip.
6. Stagecoach has taken megabus into Texas and California after successes in the Midwest.
7. It was a trading post and stagecoach station on the Oregon Trail in the 1860's.
8. The journey took two days by stagecoach.
9. The Pony Express was much faster than the stagecoach.
10. A stagecoach took one month to deliver mail. A Pony Express rider could do it in ten days.
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11. Lingfeng night in particular, China can be called Stagecoach ryong'am a must.
12. The stagecoach finally arrived at Gameland at sunrise.
13. Stagecoach had made a deal with the consortium to buy National Express's UK bus and rail operations if the offer succeeded.
14. What about your stagecoach?
15. She's getting off the stagecoach.
16. That is one reason why I have no hesitation in saying that I support Stagecoach also.
17. In the middle of the traffic, only a few yards away, was the swaying bulk of a Broadway stagecoach.
18. In 1862 he married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Taylor, a stagecoach driver.
19. The company is a joint venture between transport group Stagecoach and Virgin.
20. The transition from backswing to downswing is similar to a stagecoach driver whipping his horse team.
21. She'd had to walk from the more expensive inn up the road which was the official halt for the northbound stagecoach.
22. It meant that at the moment of its founding, Atchison assumed importance as the eastern terminus of the overland stagecoach lines.
23. It took stars like John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, and Jimmy Stewart to depict that race of men—and epics like Stagecoach, High Noon, and The Philadelphia Story.
24. A large, closed, four-wheeled carriage with an elevated exterior seat for the driver; a stagecoach.
25. This was a technique that Orson Welles borrowed from John Ford who had used it two years previously on Stagecoach (1939).
26. The Grand Duke, who was 19, had a great time, especially when he went on a mad ride in a stagecoach behind six wild horses with Buffalo Bill holding the reins.
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