1940s Nickel Plate Road Locomotive Train Black and White Photograph, Engine 757, Original, Oversize


Original vintage black and white train photograph measures an impactful 64 x 41 inches.  Shot in the 1940s with a large format plate camera and offers tremendous impact.  Images such as this were taken of brand new locomotives and backgrounds airbrushed-out for exhibition, engineering train shows and train museums. This image has been recently mounted on linen and is in excellent condition. 
Locomotive Train Engine Photograph #757 64 inches x 41 inches

  • Locomotive Train Photograph #757
  • 64 inches x 41 inches
  • Excellent condition
  • Excellent tonal value. Blacks are vivid.  Excellent contrast, color density and vibrance. 
  • Rolls for easy shipping.

The New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad (reporting mark NKP), abbreviated NYC&St.L, was a railroad that operated in the mid-central United States. Commonly referred to as the Nickel Plate Road, the railroad served a large area, including trackage in the states of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri. Its primary connections included Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Toledo.


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