As in your post last week on the subject, this is more likely to be a British SHOWMAN’S CARAVAN than a Gypsy Caravan.
“Tinkers” or “Roma” as they are called in England and
“ Travelers” as they are called in Ireland don’t often have such elaborate digs.
My good friend AL STENCELL is the current president of the CIRCUS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. This is an American based organization but Al knows A LOT about European Outdoor Show business.
If you wanted to contact him he would be able to steer you to all kinds of European sites that will produce information for you.
Try Goggle UK for the terms they use over there like “fun-fair” and “fairgrounds”.
Check there too for GEOFF WEEDON’S many books on the subject including “Fairground Art”, a massive volume.
The National Fairgrounds Archives at the University of Sheffield can help. I forget the name of the lady that runs it but look them up at
People selling these sometimes call them gypsy caravans because they don’t know better or because the name sounds more romantic and makes it easier to sell.
I think Showman’s Caravan is as romantic. Each unit’s history will be easier to trace and authenticate if it’s a Showman’s Wagon.