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Fall Colors Sumpter Valley 251

Fall Colors
These posters were recently aquired from Southwest Narrow Gauge, your source for fine scale models in several scales. This brilliant reproduction is on thin poster paper, depicting the Silverton train in the late summer of 1950, in the Animas Valley near Hermosa.
18" x 24" $20, signed only.
$25 for signed and
numbered artist's proof.

Sumpter Valley
This top-quality print was part of an edition that was given to 2008 Narrow Gauge Convention attendees. A few were given to me. This sharp reproduction shows one of the two famous narrow-gauge
articulateds owned by the Sumpter Valley leaving Austin, Oregon on a summer morning during World War II.

13" x 18"
Signed: $40
Artist's proof, signed and numbered, edition of 50: $50


Rio Grande Southern
All nine locomotives that ran the last years on the Rio Grande Southern
36" x 24" $50
Ltd Ed 500


The Twenty
This famous engine is breaking snow north of Dolores, Colorado for the Galloping Goose.
   Print $45
Ltd Ed 500 14" x 20"
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The Warbonnet
An F-series diesel near Gallup, New Mexico with the Super Chief.
  Print $45
Ltd Ed 250 13" x 18"
Burns Canyon
A northbound train crosses the Dolores River near Rico,
Colorado circa 1949.

  Print $45
Ltd Ed 250 18" x 13"
South Platte Canyon
A Mason Bogie heads a mixed train on the legendary South Park Line.
  Print $40
Ltd Ed 300   14" x 10"

Scenic Line of the World
A Denver & Rio Grande Railroad passenger train at Curecanti Needle, CO.
Print $45

Canvas Transfer $150
Ltd Ed 300
17" x 13"


Bridge 46-D, near Ophir
A train rolls downgrade in the spectacular overloop near Ophir, Colorado.
Artist's proofs only
14" x 10"  $40

Needleton Tank
The Silverton mixed train stops for water at Needleton, CO in the spring of 1950.
Print $45


Descending Ophir Loop
No. 41 Engine on bridge 46C on America's most spectacular railroad
 10" x 7" $25
Ltd Ed 300
To Santa Fe by Narrow Gauge
Platform of the D&RGW depot at Santa Fe circa 1930
 12" x 17"  $45
Ltd Ed 250
The San Juan
The most famous narrow gauge train of all about to leave Durango in the late 1930's.
  11" x 14"  $35
Ltd Ed 250
Galloping Goose #5
At Dolores, Colorado
in 1950

 11" x 14"  $35
Ltd Ed 250
Chama Depot
A vintage 1939 Chevy stands ready as #488 and #497
pull out of Chama.

9" x 11รป"  $35
Ltd Ed 300
The Forty
A 1941 portrait of my favorite engine at Ridgway, Colorado.
6" x 8"  $15
Ltd Ed 300
Afternoon Call Extra 169 West    
Afternoon Call
A locomotive goes to work in Orbisonia, Pa.
14" x 20"  $50
Artist's Proof S/N
Extra 169 West
This preserved ten wheeler leaves Alamosa, CO with a special train.
13" x 17"  $50
Artist's Proof S/N


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