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Set of 4 vintage railroad prints* originally by American artist, Evelyn Curro.
Each illustration is printed onto nice heavyweight paper and framed with the name of train and a brief description underneath.
Frame is black, wood.
All prints are in great, vintage condition!

Train #1:
Philadelphia's Hurricane 13
"A unique and beautiful engine, built in 1860 by G.J. and J.L. Chapman of Philadelphia"

Train #2:
The Hackensack
"Built by the Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works in 1860 for the Hackensack and New York Railroad"

Train #3:
The Lonsdale
"No picture exists of the "Qs" earlier engines. NO.9 was probably built by the Taunton Locomotive Works about 1856"

Train # 4:
Cleveland's Silby Steamer
"Built in 1863 by the Silsby Mfg. Co., of Seneca Falls, N.Y."

Dimensions:
Each print is 8" x 10 5/8" (including frame)

Would be a lovely addition for any collector, hung up in a little boy's room, or displayed in the childrens' play area!

*This item will be sold as a set

Framed Vintage Railroad Prints by Evelyn Curro


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Only ships within United States.
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