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a Winer ambulance with patients in layers 1881

This is what an ambulance looked like in Wiener Ambulance with patients in ‘layers’ in a horse drawn wooden carriage. The sides are partly open, but have curtains. The ambulance men are members of the Viennese Voluntary Rescue Society founded in

The inside of a ambulance train medical office in

BUENOS DÍAS MUNDOOOOO !!  Bos días. Bom dia. Egun on. Good morning. Bonjour. Guten morgen. Buongiorno. صباح الخير. 早安. Добро утро. Dobro jutro. Bonan matenon. Hyvää huomenta. Καλημέρα. Goedemorgen. Jó reggelt. Dea-maidin. Dzień dobry. Dobré ráno.  ( Foto de @Aaron Kapor Kapor Outram )

BUENOS DÍAS MUNDOOOOO !! Bos días. Bom dia. Egun on. Good morning. Bonjour. Guten morgen. Buongiorno. صباح الخير. 早安. Добро утро. Dobro jutro. Bonan matenon. Hyvää huomenta. Καλημέρα. Goedemorgen. Jó reggelt. Dea-maidin. Dzień dobry. Dobré ráno. ( Foto de @Aaron Kapor Kapor Outram )

Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services - Ambulance Fleet

Firefighters wireless headsets, intercoms and mobile radios for fire and rescue professionals, emergency vehicles and dispatch center.

Dr. Hans Pibb (right) and unidentified patient, 1906.  Known for his many innovations in the field of medicine, Dr. Hans Pibb (1870 - 1928) perfected the only working one-of-these-things (see photo, above). “I worked all my life to make one of these things,” Pibb said at the contraption’s unveiling in 1906. “For those people who had that problem with the what-do-you-callit, this one-of-these-things, this one, right here, the thing I’m pointing at right now, this will help them.” Pibb went on…

Dr. Hans Pibb (right) and unidentified patient, 1906. Known for his many innovations in the field of medicine, Dr. Hans Pibb (1870 - 1928) perfected the only working one-of-these-things (see photo, above). “I worked all my life to make one of these things,” Pibb said at the contraption’s unveiling in 1906. “For those people who had that problem with the what-do-you-callit, this one-of-these-things, this one, right here, the thing I’m pointing at right now, this will help them.” Pibb went on…

victorian doctor tools on a belt - Google Search

Antique Medical Intruments - it seems these particular medical instruments was…

Conestoga wagon

The average Conestoga wagon was 18 feet long, 11 feet high, and 4 feet in width and could carry up to pounds of cargo. Conestoga wagons were freight wagons, not designed for carrying passengers.

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