Tony Howe Railroad Art

Two sizes available-

8x10- $15.00 each

13x19- $30 each

 (unless otherwise noted)

Scans below are low resolution. Prints will be much better quality at full resolution.

 

Gulf Coast Rebel at Vinegar Bend

The southbound “Gulf Coast Rebel” of the Gulf Mobile & Ohio RR rounds a curve at Vinegar Bend, Alabama, on its way from St. Louis to Mobile in 1950.

Item Name: Gulf Coast Rebel at Vinegar Bend Large Print 13x19
Price: $35

Item Name: Gulf Coast Rebel at Vinegar Bend Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Queen & Crescent at Hattiesburg

Train number 43, the southbound “Queen & Crescent Limited” of the Southern Railway, makes its daily station stop at the depot in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, in late summer of 1939. The depot was completed in 1909 to serve the New Orleans & Northeastern and New Orleans, Mobile & Chicago Railroads.

Item Name: Queen & Crescent at Hattiesburg Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Queen & Crescent at Hattiesburg Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Brush Creek Bridge

Illinois Central 4-8-2 Number 2304 crosses Brush Creek Bridge with the southbound Seminole in 1948. This bridge, located northwest of Haleyville, Alabama, was reputed to be the tallest bridge on the entire IC system. 

Item Name: Brush Creek Bridge Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Brush Creek Bridge Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  18x24  $950

 

Lamar Lumber Co. Number 4

A loaded log train of the Lamar Lumber Co. crests a steep hill several miles south of Clyde, Mississippi, in 1918. The locomotive, a Baldwin 2-8-0, was purchased new by the lumber company in 1912.

Item Name: Lamar Lbr 4 Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Lamar Lbr 4 Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

                                         

Merrill Meeting

Mengel Co. Number 621, a former Gulf & Ship Island 4-6-0, switches the small yard south of the Gulf Mobile & Northern RR at
Merrill, Mississippi, on a late summer evening in 1938 before heading back north to the mill at Laurel with the loaded log train. The northbound GM&N local freight behind 4-6-0 No. 180 approaches the bridge over the Pascagoula River.

Item Name: Merrill Meeting Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Merrill Meeting Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  $600

 

Pearl & Leaf Rivers No. 4

Brand new Shay No. 4 of the J. J. Newman Lumber Co., of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, rests between assignments in the woods of South Mississippi. The locomotive is lettered for the
Pearl & Leaf Rivers RR, the incorporated name of the Newman logging railroad. It was renamed the Mississippi Central Railroad shortly after this Shay was delivered. 

Item Name: Pearl & Leaf Rivers No 4 Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Pearl & Leaf Rivers No 4 Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Quitman, Mississippi

The northbound "Gulf Coast Special" of the Mobile and Ohio RR makes its daily station stop at Quitman, Mississippi, on a cold snowy morning in the early 1930's. The regular mixed train of the Mississippi Eastern Railway waits behind the depot for any connecting passengers before it starts its run to Crandall and Theadville, in eastern Clarke County.

Item Name: Quitman, MS Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Quitman, MS Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  12.25 x 18  $1500

 

Sumter Lumber Co. No. 4

A log train of the Sumter Lumber Co. heads southeast to the large sawmill at Electric Mills, Mississippi, in Kemper County, in 1937. This locomotive, Number 4, was built by the Baldwin
Locomotive Works in 1919 and was purchased by Sumter from the Wisconsin & Arkansas Lumber Co. in Walco, Ark., and was later used by the DeKalb & Western RR in Kemper County.

Item Name: Sumter Lbr 4 Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Sumter Lbr 4 Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

W. C. Wood Lumber Co. No. 2

W. C. Wood Lumber Co. #2 heads to the company's sawmill at Collins, Mississippi, with the morning log train in 1909. The locomotive, a 2-6-0, was built new for the lumber company by Lima in 1905. 

Item Name: W C Wood Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: WC Wood Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

H. Weston Mill at Logtown

The log train of the H. Weston Lumber Co. pulls around to the log dump at the company's sawmill at Logtown, Mississippi, located on the Pearl River in Hancock County. Number 11 was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works for the lumber company in 1925. 

Item Name: Weston Mill Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Weston Mill Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Tatum Lumber Co. at McLain

A log train of the Tatum Lumber Co. waits for a southbound freight of the Gulf Mobile & Northern Railroad to clear on a bright moonlit night in 1925. The Tatum train, which is coming off of the GM&N
Blodgett Branch from the Tatum log camp at Denco, will then proceed to the company's mill at Bonhomie, just southwest of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. 

Item Name: Tatum at McLain Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Tatum at McLain Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  18x24  $900

 

Mississippi Central Snow

The westbound Mississippi Central passenger train departs Hattiesburg for Natchez on a bright morning in 1938 behind 4-4-0 number 102.

Item Name: Mississippi Central Snow Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Mississippi Snow Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Eastman, Gardiner & Co. Meet

The mainline log train of Eastman, Gardiner & Co. behind 2-4-4-2 number 64 meets Shay number 62 in the woods of southeastern Smith County, Mississippi, in 1910. The company’s large sawmill was located in Laurel from 1891 until 1937. The company called their logging railroad the Laurel & Tallahoma Western Ry. All Shay locomotives owned by the company featured the unusual full-length canopies.

Item Name: Eastman, Gardiner & Co Meet Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Eastman Gardiner & Co Meet Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

 

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