Newtown Square Train Station
Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print.
Reproduced from the original watercolor painting by N. Santoleri
The Newtown Square Branch Freight Station is a train buff’s delight. From 1895 to 1908, freight and passenger trains stopped daily at the Pennsylvania Railroad Newtown Square Station. This P.R.R. Freight Station building was moved in the year 2000 to its current site. Through the efforts of the Newtown Square Historical Preservation Society, the station will be restored and become a museum. To this end, the Society has acquired a number of train cars of the period which are on display at the Freight Station location at the Drexel Lodge grounds in Newtown Square, PA.
This limited edition print, signed and numbered by the artist, was reproduced from the original watercolor of the same name, using the highest quality craftsmanship and printing on fine neutral pH balanced paper.
About this edition:
- The original watercolor painting was created in 2003
- The print image size is 12.75 x 20 (height by width in inches)
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