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Alaska Train Painting, Train Decor for Boy's Room, Train Engine Print, Kennicott Copper Mine Railroad, Alaska History Art, Gift for Husband

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I painted this from a black and white photograph that is on display at the McCarthy-Kennicott Historical Museum in Wrangell - St. Elias National Park in Alaska. This is Engine 50 from the historic Copper River Northwest Railroad that was built to connect the port town of Cordova to the copper mining town of Kennicott, a distance of 196 miles. This was the first railroad in Alaska and operated from 1911 to 1938, allowing trains to transport over 4.6 million tons of ore. The railroad has been mostly dismantled, and sections of it converted to road on the way to McCarthy and Kennicott from the town of Chitina.

The original oil painting sold, but I released 30 limited-edition prints. The image size is 10"W x 8"H (printed on 14" x 11" paper), or 14"W x 11"H (printed on 19" x 13" paper). These are standard sizes, and will fit in a store-bought frame. Numbered and signed by the artist. Digital print, printed with a professional photo printer with archival ink on high quality glossy photo paper. Packaged with backer board, and a certificate of authenticity in a plastic bag. Shipped flat. Not matted or framed.

I have another limited-edition fine art print of Engine 100 available here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/253631335

Contact me if you'd like to commission an original oil painting.
I painted this from a black and white photograph that is on display at the McCarthy-Kennicott Historical Museum in Wrangell - St. Elias National Park in Alaska. This is Engine 50 from the historic Copper River Northwest Railroad that was built to connect the port town of Cordova to the copper mining town of Kennicott, a distance of 196 miles. This was the first railroad in Alaska and operated from 1911 to 1938, allowing trains to transport over 4.6 million tons of ore. The railroad has been mostly dismantled, and sections of it converted to road on the way to McCarthy and Kennicott from the town of Chitina.

The original oil painting sold, but I released 30 limited-edition prints. The image size is 10"W x 8"H (printed on 14" x 11" paper), or 14"W x 11"H (printed on 19" x 13" paper). These are standard sizes, and will fit in a store-bought frame. Numbered and signed by the artist. Digital print, printed with a professional photo printer with archival ink on high quality glossy photo paper. Packaged with backer board, and a certificate of authenticity in a plastic bag. Shipped flat. Not matted or framed.

I have another limited-edition fine art print of Engine 100 available here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/253631335

Contact me if you'd like to commission an original oil painting.

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Every item leaves our studio in perfect condition. We make a big effort to package things securely enough to withstand the shipping journey. Our shipments have a high success rate of safe arrival, however, if you are worried about your shipment getting to you safely, we encourage you to ask us to purchase shipping insurance in the Notes section with your order, and to include additional payment for the insurance. All packages that are mailed via Priority Mail are automatically insured for up to $50.

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Alaska Train Painting, Train Decor for Boy's Room, Train Engine Print, Kennicott Copper Mine Railroad, Alaska History Art, Gift for Husband

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  • Materials: Archival ink, Glossy premium photo paper
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