Robert West 361 Santa Fe 'San Diego Arrival' Railroad Art Print - AP

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The city of San Diego has always enjoyed a brisk passenger train business. The Santa Fe Railroad hosted a stable of trains called the 'San Diegans'. These trains whisked passengers along the Pacific coast from Los Angeles to San Diego on frequent schedules. Today, Amtrak continues the tradition along with the Southern California rail transportation authority, Caltrans. The distinctive Spanish-Renaissance inspired station is still in use today. Complete with domed spires and a terra-cotta clay tiled roof. This is typical of the mission style architecture found in southern California. In this view, a Santa Fe streamliner is preparing to depart as a steam-powered train is seen arriving in the distance. Of particular note is the distinctive EA-1 diesel on the head-end of the streamliner. This is one of General Motors (EMD) first mass-produced, six-axle streamlined locomotives. Some considered these diesels the glamor-girls of the fleet.   Artist: Robert West
Print Type: Artist Proof
Copyright: Roy Tritt 2006Print Size: 20-3/4 x 14-1/4
Image Size: 19 x 12-1/2Subtitle: San Diego, California

Condition: Factory New
Operational Status: Functional
Original Box: Yes

Manufacturer: Robert West
Model Number: 361
MSRP: $79.99

Category 1: Artwork
Category 2: Robert West

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