Leviathan StageCoach Wagon Wheel
Leaviathan was the name of a Stagecoach wagon-wheeled of “monster” proportions in 1859…. with five rows of seating inside and seven outside. It was newsworthy and rare. Having the capacity to seat nearly 60 passengers, the scale and mechanics were larger than life. From stem to stern it was 17 feet and drawn by 16 horses.
Of course this wagon wheel hub is not from that monster coach but if a tall tale were to be told while gathered round a campfire….who’s to say. It’s just a very different kind of wagon wheel hub with the many slots for spokes to carry a heavier weight than is typical. Gather round and hear the tale of tales…… how this stagecoach disappeared without a trace.
Have it as an artifact, and treasure it for decades as the conversation starter when guests come over. Kinda like a fire starter but more unique. Frontier West. Triumph over trials and tribulations.