Panel at the front say, in part:
Gig with Road Cart Body
This vehicle is a gig not a jinker, sulky or trap. The differences are that a gig has the shaft running right past the body to the rear of the vehicle. Gigs are also enclosed at the back, but have ample luggage space below the seat.
A road cart body was a particular style of body built by English carriage builders.
No details on its provenance are available, but it was built by F. Paine in Launceston in the late 1800s or early 1900s.
At Entally Estate.