Commercial Carriages

New Heritage Farm Carriages

is proud to offer quality commercial carriages from the Poj-Kon, the Michalowski family, of Dolsk, Poland. The family first started making carriages in 1990 after the breakup of the Soviet Union. The serial number is now over 23,000.  Poj-Kon carriages have been imported to the US for nearly 20 years, first by Peter von Halem of New England Carriage Imports and for the last 5 years by Newt Brosius of  New Heritage Farm. With attention to detail and the highest quality materials each carriage is custom ordered to suit individual customer needs. We look forward to your inquiries.

The Gettysburg

The Gettysburg  is a Max IV  12 passenger wagonette custom made for  Doug and Rachel Stephens & the Confederate Trails of Gettysburg, Inc.  for   tours of the  Gettysburg National Battlefield. Some of the options included in the Gettysburg include a LED light package, 4 speaker radio & CD player, delayed steering, hydraulic pedal operated 5th wheel brake, rear view mirrors, cup holders vinyl top and fold up side curtains and trailing arm air suspension.

Trailing Arm Air Suspension for the most comfortable ride for your customers

Vis a Vis

This Vis a Vis first built by Poj-Kon for New England Carriage Imports , it can be sized for horses from 15 to 18 hands. The  options are to numerous to include her, please call for details

Vis a Vis Savannah


The Victoria

This Victoria built by Poj-Kon for Peter von Halem of New England Carriage Imports. All NHF carriages  are custom made to to fit the specifications of our customers.   The Victoria can fit 2 to 3 passengers in the front facing rear seat and also children on the small rear facing “jump” seat. The Victoria  and can be built to fit different size horses.




Victoria Savannah, c, top down


Large Wagonettes

NHF offers multiple different styles and sizes of  wagonettes for either personal or commercial use with passenger capacity for 4 to 16 passengers. The options are too numerous to list here, please call or email to discuss your particular needs.

Gieta Tilley