Concord Dawn - Print
"May 6th had the UP 4014 & Co. leaving from Rock Springs at just 4AM, which meant that it would be under pure darkness for a while. More importantly, that meant that at some point, the sun would rise and shine a brilliant morning light on our moving train. Two and a half hours later, the small town of Granger, Wyoming was greeted by the two locomotives and dozens of chasers. Being only 6:27AM and the fact the sun had only just begun to climb over the nearby ridge, it was cool enough outside that 4014 and 844 were able to give off an absolutely stunning display of bright, vibrant steam into the sky as they rolled into the tiny town for an hour long stop. It was a show so very few people were lucky enough to be able to witness, and we were one of the few."
This print has a partly glossy, partly matte finish. Does not include a frame.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant