A typical Romani bow top wagon, so called because of its light-weight canvas top. This type of wagon was originally used in hilly regions, being light and easy to manoeuvre. Bow top wagons are still built today, especially in the North of England.
I have an absolutely fascination with Gypsy Vardo wagons. This picture clicks through to the Journey Folki site I referenced in my previous pin, sharing some interesting history and details of English Gypsy Vardo wagon types.