Railroad Art from Feight Studios

"Super Chief"

The Super Chief was the flagship luxury passenger train of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. It was called "The Train of the Stars" because of the various celebrities it carried the 2,227 miles between Chicago, IL, and Los Angeles, CA averaging 60 mph overall and reaching speeds up to 100 mph. The EMC F3 locomotives were just one of the many types used to head up the Super Chief passenger train while adorned with the "Warbonnet" paint scheme designed by Leland Knickerbocker of GM (just about the most beautiful paint job ever applied to any locomotvie in my opinion). The first Super Chief operated on May 12, 1936, with the diesels pulling air-conditioned heavyweight Pullman cars.

This image depicts a fictional scene of the SF Super Chief crossing a trestle that spans a roaring waterfall and river that was derived from a diorama on my personal model railroad.

Giclee prints are an exact reproduction of the original watercolor art and are printed on 100% rag, high quality, heavyweight, watercolor type paper making it very difficult to distinguish the print from the original. Print size is 18" x 24" overall including a 2" white border. Signed by the artist. $49.99 + $15 s/h


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