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"RIO GRANDE MIKADO NO. 463"
This is a K27 class narrow gauge Mikado that features an outside frame. Because the outside frame allows a larger firebox, this was one of the most successful narrow gauge steam engines. 


Original Oil Painting
- $425.00

Prints Available:
Laser Prints (signed & numbered)   $12.00
Image size  10"
X 12"

Photo Quality Prints (signed & numbered)   $75.00
Image size  16"
X 20"
  


Narrow Guage Steam Train

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NARROW GAUGE STEAM TRAIN
Rail gauge is the distance between the rails. In the 1860's there were five different rail gauges in the U.S. a standard gauge of four feet eight and one half inches was chosen by George Stephenson, who built the first steam railroad. This is approximately the same gauge ancient Roman chariots used. In the mid 1860's all new railroad construction in the U.S. was of this standard gauge.

Original Oil Painting
- SOLD

Prints Available:
Laser Prints (signed & numbered)   $12.00
Image size  10"
X 12"

Photo Quality Prints (signed & numbered)   $75.00
Image size  16"
X 20"
  

Number 521 Train

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NUMBER 521
Built in 1913 by American Locomotive Company,  this locomotive is owned by Maine Central and spent many years operating out of rigby terminal in South Portland, Maine.  It is pictured here traveling westbound in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire.


Original Oil Painting -
SOLD

Prints Available:
Laser Prints (signed & numbered)   $12.00
Image size is aprox. 10" X 12"


Photo Quality Print (signed & numbered)   $75.00
Image size is 16"
X 20"

 

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