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Rock 'n' steam: Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad at Toltec Gorge, Colo. Matted art prints, boxed notecards of original watercolor painting.

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Reproduction of an original watercolor painting by Seattle railroad artist Chris Oldham, featured in RAIL U.S.A.−Western States: Illustrated Map & Guide (see www.bellaterramaps.com).

This Baldwin K-36 282 steam locomotive #489 was built in 1925. Here it's exiting Rock Tunnel on a narrow ledge over the Rio de los Pinos in Toltec Gorge, near New Mexico.

Art prints are done with pigment inks on 65-lb, 25% cotton stock. 8x10 print (1st photo) is matted to 11x14 inches. 5x7 print (2nd photo) is matted to 8x10 inches. Off-white matte; backing board with label; all acid-free. Sealed in a clear acetate sleeve.

Also: Set of six 5x7-inch blank notecards in clear plastic box with metallic gold loop and bow (3rd & 4th photos; image is 4-1/2 x 6-1/2"). Notecards are white, printed with inkjet pigment inks on luxurious 80-lb acid-free cover stock; with six white square-flap 32-lb bond, opaque envelopes. (Box & bow shipped flat to Canada.)


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Rock 'n' steam: Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad at Toltec Gorge, Colo. Matted art prints, boxed notecards of original watercolor painting.

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