Suited to negotiating the crowded and narrow streets of Victorian London, the Hansom Cab (designed and patented by Joseph Hansom, an architect from York) was a common feature about town.
I've left a few details off this one (passenger cover/half-doors, some metalwork) but the aim here was to add some transport to the Ripper's London collection, rather than produce a 100% accurate replica...
I've added the full .stl file in case youwant to attempt to print the whole thing in one (I tried it and one of the wheels failed but I'm sure it's doable)
Soluble gloss varnish for the cab, matt for the nag, on acrylics on a gesso undercoat
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