Some throw back artwork for our good, Ohio-based buddies in Red Wanting Blue, this train is actually unique to our hometown. The 2156 Nickel Plate Engine rests in Miller Park and used to run routes back and forth across the midwest to the east coast. This readapted version of an old art print finally found a home as a gig-poster for R.W.B.'s Acoustic Evening Set Tour last fall.
PLEASE NOTE: Two Color Variants are available on different papers – Blue / Green
16" x 20" // 2 Color Silkscreen Print
Printed on 80lb. FP Speckletone Natural / Old Green
Show Ed. of 75 (each) // Limited Artist Ed. of 20
Signed & Numbered by the Scoundrels at HHP
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All poster orders, with 3 items or less, ship in a 3" x 24" Yazoo Mills® Extra Heavy-Duty Tube and are carefully rolled in a sheet of protective kraft paper and cushioned with packing tissue to keep it snug.
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