Steam Locomotive Gallery

Golden Bound
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In the 1940s the Colorado and Southern's narrow gauge line west of Golden, Co was in its twilight years. The mining trade had diminished leaving barely enough traffic to sustain its existence. Finally, in 1941 the C&S's Colorado Central line was destined for abandonment. With the exception of the segment currently operated by the Georgetown Loop Railroad, nothing remains of the C&S narrow gauge west of Denver. "Golden Bound" represents one of the last clean up trains drifting downgrade through Clear Creek Canyon toward Golden.

Original Painting - SOLD

NOW AVAILABLE a limited number of Giclée prints signed and numbered by the artist (limited to 100 copies).  The prints are reproduced on approximately 11"x 14", 51-lb. heavy weight, Epson premium paper and printed with archival inks.  Price........$32.00 plus $7.00 Shipping & Handling (US only contact us for S&H cost to locations outside of the United States) To order a print click on the "Buy Now" button.

Old No. 8

Bridgton and Harrison No. 8 prepares for a mid-day run to Bridgton Junction, ME in the Fall of 1940.   By the early 1940's many of the Maine two-foot narrow gauge railroads had been abandoned.  One of the last holdouts was the Bridgton and Harrison surviving on tourist traffic and excursions until alas it finally succumbed to its financial burdens.  Old No. 8 survives to this day at the Maine Narrow Gauge Museum.  The image shown here was featured on the Cover of The Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette in 2004. 

Original Painting - 14” x 17” Pastel on Textured Paper - 2003 (Original SOLD)


NOW AVAILABLE - a limited number of Giclée prints signed and numbered by the artist (limited to 50 copies).  The prints are reproduced on 11"x 14", 51-lb. heavy weight, Epson textured paper and printed with archival inks.  Price........$30.00 plus $6.00 Shipping & Handling (US only contact us for S&H cost to locations outside of the United States)

Monson No. 3

The Monson Railroad was one of several Maine 2-ft. narrow gauge railroads in the Pine Tree State. The Monson Railroad principally served the slate quarries located in northern Maine and transported finished products to a connection with the Maine Central RR at Monson Junction, ME. Fortunately Monson No. 3 still runs and is owned by the Maine Narrow Gauge Museum in Portland, ME 

Original Painting - 12” x 18” Pastel on Wallis Sanded Paper - 2005 (Original Available)


NOW AVAILABLE - a limited number of Giclée prints signed and numbered by the artist (limited to 250 copies).  The prints are reproduced on approximately 11"x 14", 51-lb. heavy weight, Epson premium paper and printed with archival inks.  Price........$30.00 plus $6.00 Shipping & Handling (US only contact us for S&H cost to locations outside of the United States)

Hancock Pond
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The The Bridgton and Saco River Railroad was another Maine 2-ft. narrow gauge railroad extending from a Junction with the Maine Central Rairoad near Hiram, ME to Bridgton and later Harrison, ME. The railroad was later named the Bridgton and Harrison RR. Fortunately B&H No. 7 still exists and is owned by the Maine Narrow Gauge Museum in Portland, ME

Original Painting - 12” x 18” Pastel on Wallis Sanded Paper - 2008 (Original SOLD)

NOW AVAILABLE - a limited number of Giclée prints signed and numbered by the artist (limited to 250 copies).  The prints are reproduced on approximately 11"x 14", 51-lb. heavy weight, Epson premium paper and printed with archival inks.  Price........$30.00 plus $6.00 Shipping & Handling (US only contact us for S&H cost to locations outside of the United States)