At Entally Estate.
Information panel says "The main feature of this style [turnout seat] of vehicle is that the body to the rear of driver's seat acts as a boot for luggage and the lid of the boot opens rearwards, which then converts into an extra seat" and can then carry four people. "This vehicle was built by Launceston Carriage and Buggy Works in the 1900s to an American design. It is fitted with shafts for a single horse but could be used with a pole for a pair." Repainted in the 1950/60s.