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The Wells Fargo Stagecoach

The Wells Fargo Stagecoach
 
Wells Fargo’s link with the six-horse stagecoach comes from Wells Fargo’s real history of using, owning, guarding, and operating them. We still own and display ten originals in our history museums, thirteen authentic reproductions on display in our buildings, and a fleet of seventeen that roll almost every weekend in parades across the nation.

Read about:
The building of these famous vehicles
Wells Fargo’s iron-bound treasure boxes
Wells Fargo’s stage operations across the American West

Wells Fargo Stagecoach on parade
As symbol of our image, heritage, and values, the legendary stagecoach is priceless, and Wells Fargo strives to present it to our communities. Every year, people across the nation see the horse-drawn stagecoach of the Old West in their streets. You can experience the sight and sound of the Wells Fargo stagecoach rolling at parades and events. On special occasions, you may even take a ride in this amazing piece of American history!

Each coach used for parades is an authentic, Wells Fargo approved reproduction, pulled by a specially trained team of horses, guided by an experienced driver.

All appearances of the Wells Fargo Stagecoach are arranged by and for Wells Fargo managers. Please discuss any request for the Coach with the people from Wells Fargo in your area.

The coach is for civic, non-partisan parades, and for Wells Fargo's marketing events.