EdinburghLondon Royal Mail The improvement in the road network in the mid th century led to the introduction of the mail coach in providing a combined passenger and mail delivery service Mail coaches bore a distinctive livery of maroon doors and lower panels black upper panels and Post Office red wheels The names of the towns at either end of the journey were painted on the doors Mail was stowed both in the foreboot beneath the coachmans feet and in the rear compartment The coach carried four passengers inside and four more on top behind the driver Fares were paid to innkeepers at coaching inns along the route As well as the driver mail coaches carried an armed Mail Guard employed by the Post Office to protect the mail from highwaymen
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