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The competition shown in the companion print (item #R07643)
continued into the diesel era. Here we see GN and NP first-generation diesels
on the other side of the Mississippi River (visible in background),
where the Great Northern Depot served the western side of the Twin Cities.
Signed and numbered limited edition print measures 25"x 15".
Lumber Co. Engine No. 7
Both detailed and majestic, this print captures the beauty of mountain
logging, while also representing the incredible ingenuity of a Shay locomotive.
15"x 11" print.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Click Here we see a magnificent 2-8-2 of the Maine Central next to its
smaller, 0-6-0 sibling. The scene is in St. Johnsbury, the end of
the 130-mile line beginning in Portland, Maine. 21"x 17?" print.
The war is long over and the 1950s are just around the bend. America?s
industrial might and ingenuity are now established worldwide. The
Pennsy shows the same prowess at Harrisburg, one of the many locations
where it offers a potpourri of steam and electric locomotives and
an endless list of passenger trains. 25"x 14" print is signed by
the artist. #0R07691
Highly detailed scale illustrations follow the development of the
steam locomotive from the earliest days to the giants of the mid-20th
century. Includes 27 different images with authentic paint schemes
from historic railroads. (Complete your set with Modern Locomotives,
also available). 38?"x 26?" poster.
Features 31 beautiful scale illustrations of electric and diesel
locomotives from around the world. Includes authentic paint schemes from
many of the most famous lines, and is a great companion to Steam
Locomotives, also available. 38?"x 26?" poster.
Railroad Art Print.
Advertising for the "Muskogee Lines," of which the Midland Valley
Railroad was a part, included this image of a 2-10-0 Decapod locomotive built
for the czar of Russia but imported to the U.S.A.after the Russian
Revolution. 14"x 9?" print is mounted in a 20"x 16" matte.
Sporting the slogan
Railroad Art Print.
"Speed and Security," this classic image of the
Broadway Limited steams across a stone-arch bridge such as the famed Rockville
Bridge. This nostalgic print measures 9?"x 14" and arrives mounted in a
16"x 20" matte. #0R07715
& Rio Grande Western 2-8-2 Engine
Railroad History Art.
Art Olds. This print features a mainstay of the D&RGW, the big,
powerful 2-8-2 "Mikado" K-series narrow gauge locomotive. 21"x 16" print.
Railroad History Art Print.
Here is a beautiful, prototypical scene of a Climax geared engine
and timber operations in Clatsop County, Oregon, circa early 1900s.
21"x 16" print. #0R07463
Railroad Art Poster
Thanks to the Cotton Belt Historical Society, "819" is beautifully
restored and ready to go thundering through the Arkansas hills once again.
The 4-8-4 is depicted here on a long ago Blue Streak fast freight
heading for Texas. 18"x 24" poster is signed by the artist.