Royal Mews

A Royal Mews is a mews (i.e. combined stables, carriage house and in recent times also the garage) of the British Royal Family. In London the Royal Mews has occupied two main sites, formerly at Charing Cross, and since the 1820s at Buckingham Palace.

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... The Royal Mews contains several different types of landau seven State Landaus are in regular use (dating from between 1838 1872), plus five Semi-state ... carriages with basket-work sides, which are used each year (as their name suggests) at Royal Ascot ... The Royal Mews also retains a miniature landau made for the children of George V and designed to be pulled by ponies ...
Royal Mews - Other Locations
... The Royal Mews, Hampton Court Palace overlooks Hampton Court Green ... There is a working Royal Mews at Windsor Castle where the Ascot carriages are normally kept, together with vehicles used in Windsor Great Park ... At Holyrood, the Royal Mews (situated in Abbey Strand) is one of the oldest parts of the Palace, and is still pressed into service whenever royal carriages are used in Edinburgh ...

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