Commercial Wheelwrights as well as those providing products and services in support of wheelwrights

Alberta Carriage Supply

Terry Bailey


Calgary, Alberta

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/albertacarriagesupply/

E-mail: terry@albertacarriagesupply.net

Website: http://www.albertacarriagesupply.net

The Western Canadian source for all your wheel & wagon building needs, they carry a full line of wagon and carriage parts, including Pioneer equipment and harness; new and used vehicles; wheel building and repair. Instruction in wheelwrighting.

Anvil Wagon Works

Jem Blueher


Livingston, MT USA

Website: www.anvilwagonworks.com

E-mail: jem@anvilwagonworks.com

Builds and re-builds horse drawn vehicles (wagons, buggies, sleighs, cannons), general wheelwrighting. Will cold set or hot set tires (cold set using original West Tire Setter), blacksmithing, tops, upholstery/diamond tufting.

Atlantic Carriage Works

Verne Cook


PO Box 49, Jeffrey’s Newfoundland, A0N 1P0 Canada

E-mail: atlanticcarriageworks@gmail.com

Facebook: Atlantic Carriage Works

Upholstery, Restoration, Reproduction, Pinstriping and Paint, Wheelwrighting, Blacksmithing.

Blacksmith Bolt & Rivet Supply

Dick Naven


PO Box 80830, Portland, OR 97280

E-Mail: blacksmithbolt1@qwestoffice.net

Website: www.BlacksmithBolt.com

Supplies fasteners to the blacksmithing trade and has lots of items for restoring old vehicles. For example, square-head lag bolts, square-head machine bolts, square nuts, slotted-head wood screws, solid iron rivets, plow bolts, tire bolts and carriage bolts.

Brian Reynolds

Brian Reynolds

204-826-2120 OR 204-726-3731

Rapid City, MB

E-mail: br@haventrading.com

General wheelwrighting, including wheel building and repair, horse drawn vehicle building and repair, blacksmithing, welding and related machining.

Buckets and Barrels

Ian McKenzie


Website: http://www.islandnet.com/~ikmcken/wood/index.htm

Before the advent of plastics, many utility containers were made of wood. In the kitchen were wood water buckets, wood containers for dried food and barrels of various sizes for oil or other liquids. If you want the home to have a bit of rustic character try adding some wood furnishings to give it that special feeling.

Cannon Parts Ltd

Ken Creswell


Knoxville, TN

E-mail: ken.creswell@comcast.net

Website: www.cannonpartsltd.com

Supplying Civil War era reproduction cannon irons made primarily from investment cast steel. Primary focus on Field and 1st Model Prairie Irons. Offering period correct square nuts, eye pins, etc. and miscellaneous other irons.

Cornett Wheel Shop

Don Cornett

770-336-5458 542

Law Road, NW Cartersville, Georgia 30120 USA

Fax: 770-336-5756

Manufacturer of a complete line of wheels and parts for carriages and wagons including rubber tires and much more. Very knowledgeable of old-time machines and processes.

Cottonwood Press

Joyce & Bruce Morrison

250-248-5914 Parksville, British Columbia

E-mail: info@wheelwrighting.ca

Website: www.wheelwrighting.ca

Book: Wheelwrighting: A Modern Introduction, Volume 1, Second Edition 2005

Book: Wheelwrighting: A Modern Introduction, Volume 2, First Edition 2013

Authors: Joyce & Bruce Morrison Drawings: Fred J. Finley

Danley Carriage and Wheel

Dwayne Danley


Armstrong, British Columbia

E-mail: danleycarriage@outlook.com

General Wheelwrighting: hub boring and hub making; antique auto wheels rebuilt, courses in wheelwrighting. Complete Buggy Restoration and Upholstery, fenders and dashes stitched.

Doc's Buggy Shop

Chris Jenson


E-mail: docsbuggyshop@gmail.com

General wheelwrighting – building and repairing wheels.

George McKenzie

George McKenzie


Brownvale, AB T0H 0L0

E-mail: geomck@wispernet.ca

Plans and instructions to make a rubber tire mounting machine, plus left and right hand screws with nuts and handle. Plans for making a tire roller and a tire closer, to pull the rubber together. Contact him for prices.

Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop

Doug Hansen


Letcher, South Dakota

E-mail: dwhansen@hansenwheel.com

Website: http://www.hansenwheel.com/

Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop has grown to be the premier builder of authentic, horse-drawn vehicles. For thirty-five years, their experienced staff of dedicated craftsmen have fashioned a line of superior quality wagons, wheels, and equipment to suit a wide range of individual budgets and interests. They have an online store that sells books, plans, gears, wheels, parts and accessories.

McGilvary Farms

Mike & Dona McGilvary

785-734-2663 or 970-380-9151

1485 Road 28.5, Bird City, KS

E-mail: mcgilvaryfarms@yahool.com

Building and restoration of wagons and wagon wheels. Raise award-winning Clydesdales.

Moscow Carriage Company

Bill Twigg


Moscow, Idaho

E-mail: mcctwigg@turbonet.com

Website: http://www.palouse.net/mcctwigg

Custom and general wheelwrighting; wheelwright instruction, wheelwright equipment, carriage building, restoration and repair. The business also includes military artillery, cannons, coaches, surreys, buggies, sleighs, and wagons for miniatures, ponies, saddle and draft horses and mules.

Pine Creek Industries

Gary Dose


Pinehurst, Idaho

E-mail: gwdose@pinecreekindustries.com

Manufacturer of wheelwright tools, cast buggy parts; custom casting available. For a list of local distributors of his castings in the USA and Canada go to https://www.pinecreekindustries.com/

Rafter K Wheelwright

Randy Kirschner


Box 303, Charlie Lake, B.C. V0C 1H0

Fax: 250-785-5694

E-Mail: randy@rafterk.ca

Website: www.rafterk.ca

Full service shop, specializing in wheelwrighting and the design and restoration of horse-drawn vehicles. Includes rubber tires, buggies, sleighs, and cutters; custom built vehicles. He also sources both new and used parts.