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Baby Carriages From The Last 60 Years [Slideshow]

By melissaejordan |

Yesterday’s post on our beloved pram got me itchy to do some digging to find some of the prettiest vintage baby carriages on the internet. I found some absolutely GORGEOUS prams, carriages, and strollers. The details and thought put into the design of some of these carriages makes them true works of art.

After the jump, feast your eyes on a slew of some of the most beautiful baby carriages from the last 60 years!

 

 

And back to modernity: Babble’s Best Strollers 2011

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A slideshow of strollers from year's past

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Melissa Jordan wrote for Babble’s Baby’s First Year, where she chronicled the challenges and joys of parenting a toddler and a brand-new baby. More of her work can be found on her blog, Dear Baby, which is Jordan's personal narrative of her experiences with pregnancy and becoming a new mother.

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2 thoughts on “Baby Carriages From The Last 60 Years [Slideshow]

  1. Julie says:

    Those are awesome, but it would have been nice if you could have included how old the prams are. I’m aware this isn’t always possible when hunting photos from the net, just my personal preference. LOL

  2. Kaitlin says:

    I’m with Julie, an approximate era and a comment would have made me want to click through the whole slideshow (and I really dislike these stupid slideshows!) instead of stopping at slide two… Love old prams though!

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