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"Jim Lang's Memories of a Winter Night at New Haven"
A New Haven EF-3 "green Hornet" electric locomotive with Congo cars leaving a snow covered New Haven, CT Station for New York City’s Penn Station under a moonlit sky.
Note: This painting is dedicated to the memory of Jim Lang, who was a New Haven RR engineer and good friend of the artist.

"Electric Splendor on Hell Gate"
A New Haven EP-5 in the dynamic McGinnis paint scheme coming through the west portal of Hell Gate Bridge bound for New Haven, CT.
The original oil painting for this lithograph was used for the collector plate produced by American Rails. This plate can be ordered by calling (800) 653-1103.
"The Last Day of the GG-1"
GG-1 #4877, which has been repainted by NJ Transit in the PRR Tuscan Red pinstripe color scheme, as it appeared in South Amboy, NJ on October 29, 1983, the last day the "G's" were operated.
"Hornell, NY, Where the Erie Never Slept"
The majestic Erie Hornell, NY train station in a 1939 moonlit setting with 3300 steam engine action.
Note: As a result of this lithograph and a government grant, this depot has been restored to it’s original glory.
"The Hornell Shops, Pride of the Erie"
An overhead view of Erie FT, GP-7, and E-8 diesels in various stages of repair in the Hornell, NY shops, now owned by Alstom.
"Elmira, NY - Union Station: The Queen of the Southern Tier"
Two steam locomotives in action at the Erie's ornate Elmira, NY Union Station in 1934, just before the tracks were raised on a viaduct to eliminate the many downtown crossing accidents.
"The Passing of Two Eras"
An Erie yellow and black PA diesel passing a Berkshire steam on the famous stone arch Starrucca Viaduct in the fall.
All sizes are created on museum quality Lustro Saxony 80# acid-free paper
using the most durable inks technologically available.

All except the 8" X 10" sizes are signed and numbered.

These beautiful lithographs are not “prints”.
Prints are a low quality, high volume process that simply does not compare
to high quality lithography.

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