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Storm King New York Central Lines Giclee Print
Locomotive passing through. The golden sun of an autumn afternoon washes over the Hudson River valley, host to the New York Central Lines and inspiration for the railroad's descriptive sobriquet, 'The Water Level Route' Upwards of sixty luxurious passenger trains a day polished the rails of this well-manicured mainline between New York and Albany. This 'Great Steel Flat' coddled its patrons in leather and mahogany, offering fine meal service in well-appointed dining coaches and restful sleep in hushed Pullmans.
The quick frame option comes ready to hang and framed as shown, with acrylic glass and a solid wood black frame, no mats.