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“Deer Lodge Roundhouse”

 

Little Joe Electric E-77 sits waiting for repairs in Milwaukee

Road’s Deer Lodge Montana Roundhouse before its next call to duty.

 

Paper Size: 18 x 13

Image Size: 15 x 10

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  135.00

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11 x 16 1/4 Color Print  

$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Arrival of Train No. 15”

 

Milwaukee Road’s Train No. 15 “The Olympian Hiawatha”,

arrives at Three Forks, Montana on a cold day in March 1949.

 

Paper Size: 24 x 15 1/2

Image Size: 21 x 12 1/2

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  200.00

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$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Snoqualmie Tunnel”

 

SD-40-2  No. 21 leads Train No. 200’s consist out

of the east end of 11,890 ft. long Snoqualmie Tunnel.

 

Paper Size: 13 1/2 x 19 1/2

Image Size: 10 1/2 x 16 1/2

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  150.00

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$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Humpback Creek Snowshed

 

On a warm September day, Train No. 200 exits the east end of

Humpback Creek snowshed on its climb up the west side of Snoqualmie Pass.

 

Paper Size: 21 1/2 x 13 3/4

Image Size: 18 1/2 x 10 3/4

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  180.00

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$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Hansen’s Creek Trestle”

 

Train No. 200 struggles up the west side of Snoqualmie Pass.  In less than 18 months,

the western extension of the Milwaukee Road will be gone forever, but not forgotten.

 

Paper Size: 14 x 20 1/2

Image Size: 11 x 17 1/2

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  180.00

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$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Eastbound to Three Forks”

 

Two Milwaukee Road “Little Joe Electrics” travel

through the sweet grass fields near Three Forks, Montana.

 

Paper Size: 23 3/8 x 14 1/4

Image Size: 20 3/8 x 11 1/4

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  185.00

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“Holding the Main at St. Regis”

 

Waiting under a red train order signal set by the operator at St. Regis, Montana,

Northern Pacific Locomotive No. 5138 and her crew wait for new orders

from the dispatcher on June 17, 1943. 

Based on a photograph by Ron V. Nixon.

 

Paper Size: 22 x 14

Image Size: 19 x 11

Giclee*archival watercolor paper

$  180.00

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$    25.00 includes shipping

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“Helper at Livingston

 

On July 3, 1952 a Northern Pacific Z-5, No. 5011 waits at the Depot in Livingston, Montana,

 after returning light from helping a train up Bozeman pass to Muir.

Based on a photograph by Warren McGee

 

These large Yellowstone locomotives were named for the river that the Northern Pacific followed.  The Z-5’s had a firebox just over 19 feet long and the loaded weight of the engine and tender was over 1,000,000 lbs.

 

Paper Size       15 5/8 x 28 3/4                       

Image Size      12 5/8 x 25 ¾

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $ 235.00                                  print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $   25.00 includes shipping     print only       

             

“The Last N-3”

 

The year is 1954 and Milwaukee Road’s N-3 Mallet No. 64 stands alone with retirement

 just a few months away.  Built by Alco in 1912, these locomotives where 88-feet 7-inches long including the tenders, and rode on 57-inch drivers.

 

 In July of 1929, the Tacoma, WA shops started the modernization of these locomotives. 

The N-3 locomotives were the heaviest power in service until dieselization arrived.

 Their work included passenger freight, main line and branch line service.   

 

Paper Size       14 ¾ x 28 ¾   

Image Size      11 ¾ x 25 ¾

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $ 225.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $   25.00 includes shipping    print only        

 

 

"Route of the Olympian Hiawatha”

 

Milwaukee Road’s Train No. 16, the Olympian Hiawatha, passes the east switch at

 Bandera on Snoqualmie Pass traveling to its next scheduled stop at Cle Elum, Washington

 

Delivered in 1918 and 1919 from General Electric, the Bipolar came to symbolize the Milwaukee Road and the Olympian.  They were called Bipolars because each traction motor had only two poles and the armatures were mounted directly on the axles.  Pictured here, nearing the end of its career, is modernized Bipolar E-5 still resplendent in orange

 and maroon pulling the Olympian Hiawatha in Union Pacific colors

 

Paper Size       31” x 23”

Image Size      28” x 20”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $ 365.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $   25.00 includes shipping    print only                    

 

“Detouring Through Missoula

 

Trains No. 3 and No. 27 consolidated after detouring on NP tracks are

 being serviced at Missoula, Montana on the 20th of May in 1954.

Based on a photo by Ron V. Nixon

 

Paper Size       27 ¾ x 18 ¼”

Image Size      24 ¾” x 15 ¼”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $ 260.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $   25.00 includes shipping    print only                    

 

“Northern Pacific No. 5140”

 

During the time period from 1943-1944, Alco built locomotives No. 5130-5149.

Designated as model Z-8, these giants weighed in at 644,000 lbs not including the

tender and had a tractive effort of 106,890 lbs.  The wheel arrangement was 4-6-6-4

 and the drivers were 70 inches in diameter.  These locomotives ran from the

 Rocky Mountain Division as far west as Easton, Washington.

The Z-8 locomotives were some of the finest steam power ever produced.

 

Paper Size       21 7/8 x 27”

Image Size      17 x 24”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $  295.00                                print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $   25.00 includes shipping   print only         

 

 

McClellan Butte

 

The engineer on heavy eastbound Train No. 200 has the throttle in run 8 as

 he rounds the big curve below McClellan Butte.  The train is at milepost 2127,

 on the west side of Snoqualmie pass, and all 9,000 horsepower in the consist

will be needed to move the tonnage up the 1.74% grade.

 

 

Paper Size       23 x 27”

Image Size      20 x 24”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $  325.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $    25.00 includes shipping    print only       

 

 

“ Streamliner

 

 In between runs, General Motors E-6 No. 15 stares at its new brother in Milwaukee Road’s passenger fleet, chrome nosed Fairbanks Morse Erie built.  After a quick stop to take

 on passengers, the new “Olympian Hiawatha” will be scheduled for departure out of

Milwaukee Road’s Everett Street Station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 

 

 

Paper Size       24 ¾ x 17 ¼

Image Size      21 ¾ x 14 ¼

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $   210.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $     25.00 includes shipping    print only      

 

 

Dead Freight East

 

A trio of General Electric U-25B's rumble past the depot at South cle Elum.  No longer a stop here in 1979, the railroad is struggling to stay alive and keep its transcontinental line running.  Ahead lies Othello, where the crew will depart and the power will be turned for a return trip to Tacoma.  The once proud Milwaukee road is in its last days.  In March of 1980, all that will be left is Dust in the wind 

 

 

Paper Size       31 1/4" x 18 11/16”

Image Size      27 1/8" x 14 5/8”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $  350.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $    25.00 includes shipping    print only

 

 

 

Nine Mile Tunnel

 

Milwaukee Road Little Joe E-76, on train number 201, peers into the west portal of “Tunnel 17” or commonly known on the railroad as “Nine Mile Tunnel” near Soudan Montana.  Behind the big electric, there are 3 diesels adding another 9000 hp, as this consist makes it’s way east.  At Harlowton, the big electric locomotive will be serviced for a return trip and the diesel trio will continue eastward.

 

A note of thanks for the inspiration of this artwork goes to my good

friend Ed Lynch,  Milwaukee Road rail fan, and photographer.

Without his encouragement this work would have not been finished.

 

Paper Size       19" x 27”

Image Size      15 1/16" x 22 5/16”

Giclee*archival watercolor paper       $  300.00                                 print only

11 x 16 1/4 Color Print                       $    25.00 includes shipping    print only       

 

 

 

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