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Ulrich's "Across the Mackinac Straits by Ferry" was painted in 1970. The art print is a separate sheet glued across the top onto the calendar board. The art measures 8 by 13 inches, the board is 10 by 15 inches.
Carl Ulrich was one of several artists commissioned by Miner Enterprises, makers of railroad car parts and upgrades, to illustrate calendars for their corporate offices.
In the second print by famous railroad artist Howard Fogg, a Canadian Pacific Train rumbles through Kicking Horse Pass in 1945. The print, from a 1960 calendar, measures 8 1/2 by 13 inches and is printed on a separate sheet attached across the top, to the 10 by 15 inch calendar board.
In addition to popularity as an artist, Fogg was a fighter pilot in WWII and wrote about it in "Fogg in the Cockpit". His many railroad illustrations are breathtakingly colorful and accurate.