Preserving the history of  the concord coach  and the abbot-downing company Home

The Shattuck is back home for the holidays. Among the rarest of Concord-based Abbot-Downing’s vehicles, the Shattuck was built to carry St. Paul’s School students on outings to baseball games, the beach, and more. Thanks to an investment by the City of Concord and support from the Abbot-Downing Historical Society, this important piece of Concord’s history has now been returned to our community.


Special thanks to Tom Prescott for providing rent free storage of the  Shattuck here in Concord.


Also, the other six vehicles have been brought down from Conway and are safely stored away for the winter. They will be displayed in the spring. Check here for updates on when and where.  

The Abbot-Downing Historical Society has speakers available to do a presentation for your group or organization. Contact us for more information and to schedule a date

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YOUTUBE  VIDEO
FOR THE SEVEN VEHICLES

The Shattuck is Back

Would You Like
a Coach at Your Event?

Coaches are available for Parades and Display.

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Where to see the coaches

The coaches have been put away for the winter. See them

again next year. Watch this space for times and places.

Abbot-Downing
Historical Society