A Stagecoach Ride in Central Park

       That’s not something you’d expect to see, is it?  We didn’t, either. 

       When we walked through Central Park last weekend, we came across an unusual attraction in The Mall.  Wells Fargo (the bank) was celebrating the conversion of all New York branches of Wachovia – which they had purchased in late 2008 – to Wells Fargo branches.  In The Mall were three stagecoach replicas, as well as giveaways such as travel cups and maps.  The were offering free rides on the stagecoach, so we opted for that.  While the 3-minute ride was really nothing special for us, I’m sure the many children there had a big thrill.  But it did kind of give us a feel for life in the Old West, even though I don’t think they had padded seats and shock absorbers.

       But that’s New York for you; always something different…

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Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale

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3 Responses to “A Stagecoach Ride in Central Park”

  1. dan Says:

    May I use your stagecoach photo for our Salvation Army newsletter? The article features our historic partnership with Wells Fargo.

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