Ferry across the Styx

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1800’s, owned by Wayne & Eileen Schoenecker

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1800’s, owned by Wayne & Eileen Schoenecker

Ashton Funeral Home, Easton, PA

Horse-drawn Hearse 1878 from Argentina. Source

Houston, TX funerary museum. Note sleigh hearse to left. Photo credit

1880’s Rockfall horse-drawn. Photo credit

Crane and Breed Six-Column Glass-Side Hearse. Photo credit

A modern reproduction by the Great Northern Livery Company, Inc.

Unidentified; possibly Houston, TX Funerary Museum.

Unidentified museum, possibly Museum of Civilization, Canada.

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Museum of Civilization, Canada.
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Spanish; possibly Museum of Civilization, Canada. Source
No info given, likely Spanish or South American. Source

1916 Cadillac Carved-Panel Hearse by A. Giessel and Sons
1916 carved-panel Cadillac hearse owned by by A. Geissel and Sons

1930 Cadillac Cathedral Hearse by James Cunningham Son and Co.

Argentina.

Contemporary Asian. Source

Asian funerary hood bling. Source

No mention of hearses is complete without deviating from their original purpose, of course, and giving a nod to those creative types who make them their own (images hotlinked to sources):

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Lastly… this creation wins for sheer determination: Tapho gives you…
The Carthedral:

      

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