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1920s England

Cruella's First Car

Cruella's First Car is a 1920s England vehicle.
Main article: Cruella's Cars
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Madeline's Car

Madeline's Car is a 1920s England vehicle. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. Madeline uses the car to go after her young daughter Cruella when the latter runs away from home after killing her own father.
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Fairy Tale Land

Agrabah

Flying Carpet

The Flying Carpet is an Agrabah vehicle.
Main article: Flying Carpet
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Arendelle

Royal Ship

The Royal Ship is an Arendelle vehicle. It first appears in the first episode of the fourth season. This is Gerda and the King's ship, which sinks to the bottom of Poseidon's Boneyard during a violent storm on a journey home from Misthaven. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "Fall")
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Camelot

Enchanted Forest

Bo Peep's Carriage

Bo Peep's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the second episode of the fourth season. It is a horse-drawn carriage that Bo Peep uses to go to Ruth's farm to intimate the lady to pay the money she owes.
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Captain's Ship

The Captain's Ship is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the eleventh episode of the fifth season. This is the ship which Brennan Jones and his two young sons, Liam and Killian, traveled on, but Brennan leaves the ship in the middle of the night and sells his sons into the ship captain's servitude in order to escape capture for his crimes.
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Captain Silver's Ship

Captain Silver's Ship is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the fifth season. This is the ship that belonged to Captain Silver, which sinks during a violent storm in a hunt for the Eye of the Storm, with the only survivors being Liam Jones and his brother Killian.
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Duke's Carriage

The Duke's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the fourth season. The Duke is riding his carriage to Prince Phillip and Aurora's wedding when he bumps into Queen Regina.
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Evil Queen's Carriages

The Evil Queen's Carriages are Enchanted Forest vehicles.
Main article: Evil Queen's Carriages
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Jolly Roger

The Jolly Roger is an Enchanted Forest vehicle.
Main article: Jolly Roger
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King George's Carriage

King George's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It first appears in the third episode of the first season. It is a horse-drawn carriage belonging to King George,[1] that Prince Charming and Abigail ride in the woods on their journey to the Royal Castle. Later, the same carriage brings Abigail to the castle on the day of the royal wedding. ("Snow Falls", "The Shepherd", "What Happened to Frederick", "Snow Drifts")
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Lady Tremaine's Carriage

Lady Tremaine's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the fourth episode of the first season. Lady Tremaine and her daughters ride the carriage to the King's ball.
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Martin and Myrna's Carriage

Martin and Myrna's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the fifth episode of the first season. It is a horse-drawn carriage Martin and Myrna use to travel around with their son Jiminy, in order to run their puppet show and steal people's belongings.
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Rumplestiltskin's Carriage

Rumplestiltskin's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the second season. It is a carriage owned by Rumplestiltskin, which he magically enchanted so it can travel on its own without needing a driver. Rumplestiltskin and Belle use this carriage to find Robin Hood to retrieve something he stole from the Dark One. Along the way, their carriage is stopped by the Sheriff of Nottingham, who wants to know what they are doing in his woods.
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Wealthy Gentleman's Carriage

Wealthy Gentleman's Carriage is an Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the third episode of the spin-off. It is a carriage used by a wealthy gentleman. During a trip in the Enchanted Forest, the carriage is stopped by two men and their injured friend. Unbeknown to the gentleman and his driver, another man steals their belongings while the driver attends to the false wounds of the man.
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Kansas

Dorothy's Bicycle

Dorothy's Bicycle is a Kansas vehicle. It first appears in the twentieth episode of the third season.[2] In the ruins of Dorothy's old belongings that were brought over to Oz many years ago, Zelena finds the bicycle. Hades teaches her how to ride it, and they have fun until they both crash onto the ground. Zelena enchants the bicycle in order to track down Dorothy and the Scarecrow at a cottage. ("Kansas",[2] "Our Decay")
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Land Without Color

Frankenstein's Carriage

Frankenstein's Carriage is a Land Without Color vehicle. It appears in the twelfth episode of the second season.
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Land of Untold Stories

Dirigibles

Dirigibles are Land of Untold Stories vehicles.
Main article: Dirigibles
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Land Without Magic

August's Motorcycle

August's Motorcycle is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It first appears in the ninth episode of the first season.
Main article: August's Motorcycle
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Cruella's Second Car

Cruella's Second Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle.
Main article: Cruella's Cars
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Greg's Car

Greg's Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It first appears in the eleventh episode of the second season.
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Kurt's Truck

Kurt's Truck is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It appears in the seventeenth episode of the second season.
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Lily's Father's Car

Lily's Father's Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It appears in the fifth episode of the fourth season.
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Michael and John's Car

Michael and John's Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It appears in the seventh episode of the third season. This is the car Michael and his brother John use to enter Storybrooke, and they make it past the town line just before the barrier, which Belle enacted to keep outsiders from entering, comes into effect.
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Ryan's Car

Ryan's Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It appears in the first episode of the first season. This is Ryan's car which he attempts to flee in after Emma tries to apprehend him for embezzling his family's money. However, Emma already put a boot on his car earlier, making his escape impossible. Ryan questions what Emma knows about family, and in return, she hits him, knocking him unconscious over the steering wheel, before telling him, "nothing."
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Tamara's Car

Tamara's Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It first appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season.
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History:
This is Tamara's car which Neal borrows from her so he can drive to the harbor to access Hook's ship. After Tamara comes to Storybrooke, where she tracks down August, she offers him her car keys so he can fetch his cure in New York if he agrees to leave town and never return. On the drive out of Storybrooke, August stops the car after seeing evidence that Tamara was not completely truthful with him. Later, Tamara uses her car to tow the trailer where Hook is held, to Storybrooke. ("The Queen Is Dead", "Selfless, Brave and True", "Lacey")

Trailer House Car

Trailer House Car is a Land Without Magic vehicle. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. The car belongs to one of Lily's trailer park neighbors[3] and is used by Emma and Regina use to catch up with Lily after the latter steals Emma's yellow bug to hitch a ride to Storybrooke. Emma manages to swerve the car in front of the yellow bug, forcing Lily to stop on the road.
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Yellow Bug

The Yellow Bug is a Land Without Magic vehicle.
Main article: Yellow Bug
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Seattle

Flamin' Cajun

Flamin' Cajun is a Seattle vehicle. It appears in the twelfth episode of the seventh season. This is Drew's food truck which he uses to sell Cajun food during a food fair in Hyperion Heights, however, he later gives up on the business to help Sabine run her food truck instead.
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Henry's Car

Henry's Car is a Seattle vehicle.
Main article: Henry's Car
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Hyperion Heights 42nd Precinct Police Station Cars

Hyperion Heights 42nd Precinct Police Station Cars are Seattle vehicles. They first appears in the first episode of the seventh season.
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Ivy's Car

Ivy's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It appears in the ninth episode of the seventh season.
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Jacinda's Car

Jacinda's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It first appears in the first episode of the seventh season.
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Mr. Samdi's Car

Mr. Samdi's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the seventh season.
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Nick's Car

Nick's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It first appears in the fifteenth episode of the seventh season.
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History:
Nick owns this car, which he goes to after leaving Flynn's Barcade with Henry and Rogers. He parts ways from his companions in order to fix his car, which has a flat tire. After repairing it, Nick goes to the car trunk, where he has a mask and several heart-shaped chocolate boxes, revealing he is the Candy Killer. On another night, Nick heads for his car near Aurora Bridge and sees Henry is stuck because his car broke down. As Nick begins driving him to Jacinda's apartment, Henry tells him about helping Weaver figure out that the Candy Killer believes himself to be the fairytale character Hansel. Henry figures out Nick is the Candy Killer by seeing his forearm burns, and Nick prevents him from escaping the car by stabbing him with a tranquilizer. ("Sisterhood", "Breadcrumbs")

Rogers' Car

Rogers' Car is a Seattle vehicle.
Main article: Rogers' Car
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Rollin' Bayou

Rollin' Bayou is a Seattle vehicle.
Main article: Rollin' Bayou
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Victoria's Car

Victoria's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It first appears in the first episode of the seventh season.
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Weaver's Car

Weaver's Car is a Seattle vehicle. It first appears in the second episode of the seventh season.
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Storybrooke

Albert's First Car

Albert's First Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the third episode of the second season.
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Albert's Second Car

Albert's Second Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the seventh episode of the second season.
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Any Given Sundae Ice Cream Truck

Any Given Sundae Ice Cream Truck is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the sixth episode of the fourth season. This is Ingrid's old ice cream truck, which she used for selling ice cream while she ran Any Given Sundae. After Ingrid goes into hiding, the truck is found by Emma's search party in the woods of Storybrooke. Later, when David and Snow are fighting the Count of Monte Cristo at the docks, Ingrid's old ice cream truck is standing on the parking lot.[4] ("Family Business", "A Bitter Draught")
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Archie's Car

Archie's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the second episode of the second season. Archie uses his car as he attempts to leave Storybrooke and cross the town line with other residents, in an attempt to leave his Enchanted Forest persona behind.
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August's Trailer

August's Trailer is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season. This is where August Booth lives after turning into wood. ("Selfless, Brave and True", "Poor Unfortunate Soul" (mentioned))
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Billy's Towing Truck

Billy's Towing Truck is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the fourth episode of the first season.
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David's Truck

David's Truck is a Storybrooke vehicle.
Main article: David's Truck
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Doc's Car

Doc's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season. This is Doc's Miata, which Anton stepped on as he smashed through the town streets of Storybrooke. The car was damaged once again when Zelena threw Regina through the air with magic, making Regina land on top of the car. ("Dark Hollow" (mentioned), "It's Not Easy Being Green)
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Dr. Whale's Car

Dr. Whale's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the third episode of the sixth season.
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Game of Thorns Van

Game of Thorns Van is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the twelfth episode of the first season. It is a van which Moe French used to deliver flowers for his florist shop, Game of Thorns. However, Mr. Gold confiscated the van when Moe was unable to pay back a loan in time and later used it to kidnap its former owner.
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Henry's Motorcycle

Henry's Motorcycle is a Storybrooke vehicle.
Main article: Henry's Motorcycle
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Isaac's Car

Isaac's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the sixth season.
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Jefferson's Car

Jefferson's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the second episode of the second season.
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Jim's Car

Jim's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the thirteenth episode of the first season. Jim was driving his car when he discovered Kathryn's crashed vehicle at the town line.
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Kathryn's Car

Kathryn's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the sixth episode of the first season.[5] This is Kathryn's personal car, which she uses when she attempts to leave Storybrooke for Boston. However, the car crashed as she attempted to cross the town line. ("The Shepherd", "7:15 A.M.", "What Happened to Frederick", "Dreamy")
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Leroy's Boat

Leroy's Boat is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season.
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Leroy's Van

Leroy's Van is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the first episode of the fourth season. Leroy and Walter are driving the van when they run into Elsa, who freezes the van with ice magic in an attempt to protect herself. After Emma Swan is transformed into the Dark One, Leroy, Doc, Dopey, Bashful, Happy and Walter drive to the town line to figure out the repercussions of the latest dark curse. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "Rocky Road" (mentioned), "The Price")
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Mary Margaret's First Car

Mary Margaret's First Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the tenth episode of the first season.
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History:
Mary Margaret used the car to release a dove in the woods of Storybrooke and later to go on a stroll, which resulted in her finding David walking around the woods in a confused state. Regina spray painted the car windows with the word "tramp", in an attempt to embarrass Mary Margaret when the latter's affair with David became known. Later, Mary Margaret used the car to drive Emma to the bean fields. ("7:15 A.M.", "What Happened to Frederick", "Dreamy", "Red-Handed", "Lacey")

Mary Margaret's Second Car

Mary Margaret's Second Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the third episode of the fourth season.
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Mr. Gold's Car

Mr. Gold's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle.
Main article: Mr. Gold's Car
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Mitchell's Car

Mitchell's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the fourth episode of the first season.
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Regina's Car

Regina's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle.
Main article: Regina's Car
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Ruby's Car

Ruby's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It first appears in the fourth episode of the first season. This is Ruby's red car, which she lends to Ashley when the latter tries to run away to Boston. Later, Ruby drives Henry away in her car while looking after him. Ruby is later seen driving the car the night Alice, Cyrus and the White Rabbit visit Storybrooke. ("The Price of Gold", "Red-Handed",[6] "Broken", "Heart of the Matter", "The Final Battle Part 1"[7])
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Sean's Truck

Sean's Truck is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the twelfth episode of the first season.
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Sidney's Car

Sidney's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season.
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Storybrooke Sheriff's Department Cars

Storybrooke Sheriff's Department Cars are Storybrooke vehicles. They first appear in the first episode of the first season.
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Zelena's Car

Zelena's Car is a Storybrooke vehicle. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the sixth season. It is a green car given to Zelena by her sister Regina, in case the former needs to escape town with Henry. Zelena deliberately runs the car into the Black Fairy when the latter is harassing her sister on the street.
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Neverland

Neverland Rowboats

Neverland Rowboats are Neverland vehicles. They first appear in the twenty-second episode of the second season. The Lost Boys used one to board Hook's ship and bring Baelfire to shore. Later, Black Beard used one in an attempt to escape the island after he and Hook were accidentally transported to Neverland with a magic bean. ("And Straight On 'Til Morning", "Mother's Little Helper")
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New Enchanted Forest

Alice's Yellow Bug

Alice's Yellow Bug is a New Enchanted Forest vehicle. It first appears in the first episode of the seventh season.
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History:
After seeing a photograph of Emma's yellow bug on Robin's phone, Alice unknowingly conjures up a replica which saves her and Robin from Clayton and his army. The bug, along with a troll are eventually turned to stone and rests in front of the tower Alice was once imprisoned in. After the Dark Curse is cast, the yellow bug is taken to Seattle and becomes a staple piece of the Fremont Troll, a public art piece under the Aurora Bridge. ("Hyperion Heights" et al., "The Girl in the Tower")

Bayou Rowboat

Bayou Rowboat is a New Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the twelfth episode of the seventh season.
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Cinderella's Chariot

Cinderella's Chariot is a New Enchanted Forest vehicle. It appears in the first episode of the seventh season. This is the chariot Cinderella has her horse Felipe pull on her way to the ball to meet the Prince, however, she narrowly avoids hitting a man on a motorcycle. Felipe becomes startled by the near collision and swerves the chariot, breaking free and running off, as Cinderella is thrown from her seat in the chariot and knocked unconscious onto a bed of hyacinths. ("Hyperion Heights", "Homecoming" (mentioned))
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Oz

Flying Broomstick

Flying Broomstick is an Oz vehicle.
Main article: Flying Broomstick
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Underworld

Charon's Boats

Charon's Boats are Underworld vehicles.
Main article: Charon's Boats
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Cruella's Third Car

Cruella's Third Car is an Underworld vehicle.
Main article: Cruella's Cars
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Prince James' Police Car

Prince James' Police Car is an Underworld vehicle. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fifth season. This is a vehicle used by Prince James' while he's sheriffing.
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Hades' Car

Hades' Car is an Underworld vehicle. It appears in the nineteenth episode of the fifth season.
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Wish Realm

Jolly Roger (Wish Realm)

The Jolly Roger (Wish Realm) is a Wish Realm vehicle.
Main article: Jolly Roger (Wish Realm)
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Wonderland

Red Queen's Carriage

Red Queen's Carriage is a Wonderland vehicle. It appears in the first episode of the spin-off.
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Red Queen's Wagon

The Red Queen's Wagon is a Wonderland vehicle. It appears in the eighth episode of the spin-off. This is the horse-drawn carriage used by the Red Queen to bring Cyrus to Alice.
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Red Wagon

Red Wagon is a Wonderland vehicle.
Main article: Red Wagon
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Unknown Origin

Nautilus

The Nautilus is a vehicle of unknown origin.
Main article: Nautilus
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