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Streamline Norfolk & Western J class #611 locomotive, Roanoke VA. Matted art prints and boxed notecards of original watercolor painting.

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Reproduction of an original watercolor painting by James Mann, featured in RAIL U.S.A.−Eastern States: Illustrated Map & Guide (see www.bellaterramaps.com). This historic steam locomotive, made in 1950, is shown in its shed at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke. It is currently being restored at the North Carolina Transportation. Museum

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). Notecards are white (image is 4.75x6.75"), printed with 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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Streamline Norfolk & Western J class #611 locomotive, Roanoke VA. Matted art prints and boxed notecards of original watercolor painting.

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