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by William B. MacGregor Jr.
 

 


What is more symbolic of New Hampshire but the Old Man of the Mountain.  This painting is a rendering of some of the famous aspects of the Mt. Washington Valley and dedicated to the memory of the Old Man of the Mountain. The painting include the Old Man of the Mountain, the Valley Train, and of course a covered bridge.  On the Conway's Scenic Railroad Valley Train, you'll enjoy the scenery of the Mt. Washington Valley countryside and surrounding White Mountains.  Unfortunally, The old Man of the Mountain is no longer there but his memory will linger forever. 

Mt Washington Valley Train
  &
 the Old Man of the Mountain

Mt. Washington Valley Train & the Old Art Prints (Free Shipping)

Original: $399


New Hampshire Logging: A vintage steam train and a modern tractor trailer are hauling logs to the mill.  In the background  is the  Old Man of the Mountain, Mt Washington and the Presidential Mountain Range.  Unfortunally, The old Man of the Mountain is no longer there but his memory will linger forever.

New Hampshire Logging

New Hampshire Logging & the Old Art Prints (Free Shipping)

Original: $299


When you ride the Mt Washington Cog Train, you're in for a treat. The Cog railroad train will carry you above the clouds to the top of the highest peak in the Northeast, Mt Washington, New Hampshire. The first forty years of the Cog Railroad's operation it had wood-fired boilers which powered the train to the 6,288-foot summit of Mt. Washington.  Around 1910, coal was introduced as depicted in my rendering of  Mt Washington's Cog Railway train. So, climb up to the top of Mount Washington on the world's first mountain climbing Cog Railway train! Or do the hard way and hike up to the top, the good news is Mt. Washington is the highest  of  AMC's  four thousand footers. 

 
Mt Washington Cog Railroad Art Prints (Free Shipping)

Mt Washington Cog Railroad
Original: $299


 In the 1800's the first railway locomotives were powered by steam and usually burned coal. Because steam locomotives included one or more steam engines, they are sometimes referred to as "steam engines". The steam locomotive remained by far the most common type of locomotive until after World War 2. This painting depicts a steam locomotive hauling logs as it passed a local railroad depot.  Looks like the two hobos under the water tower won't be able to hop onto this train

Medfield Junction 
"Steam Locomotive hauling logs to the Mill"

Original: $299

Medfield Junction Steam Train Art Prints (Free Shipping)


In the 1800's the first railway locomotives were powered by steam and usually burned coal. Because steam locomotives included one or more steam engines, they are sometimes referred to as "steam engines". In the winter where the temperature sometimes goes below zero the train will be engulfed in steam.

Steam Train
Original: $199

Steam Train Art Prints (Free Shipping)


In the 1800's the first railway locomotives were powered by steam and usually burned coal. Because steam locomotives included one or more steam engines, they are sometimes referred to as "steam engines". The steam locomotive remained by far the most common type of locomotive until after World War 2. This painting depicts a steam locomotive at sunset  hauling a load off coal.

Night Train
Original: $199

Night Train Art Prints (Free Shipping)


What is a Giclee? A Giclee, pronounced zee-clay, is a process utilizing the latest digital technology and sophisticated machinery and software to replicate original works of art. They are  high quality prints made from a high resolution digital image sprayed onto watercolor paper using very permanent ink. Giclée prints are guaranteed to be far more permanent than prints made using cheaper methods. They are the next best thing to owning the original!
What is a Standard Print? A Standard Print is printed on High Gloss photo paper and they are not signed & numbered. 

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