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How about Steve Cryan's All star lineup at signal bridge 5 Boston and many more Meriden Ct. Wallingford Ct all with Great locomotives onboard.nhhe52 wrote: How about Bill Dulmaine’s painting of the East Wind being pulled by an I-4 through a Putnam, MA meadow? It was featured in the Keystone article about the East Wind.
Mr. Smith. I looked again at what is suppose to be all of Norman Rockwell's paintings, and didn't see the painting with the bored engineer. I did notice one I missed last time I looked through his collection. The painting titled "Rush." It shows a resting (sleeping) man sitting on a trunk with a suitcase and chicken next to him on the trunk. I noticed that his hat resembles my NYNH&H RR Baggage Master hat. I don't know if that style of hat was worn by stage or freight depot personnel, but was definately worn by railroaders. The picture is viewable at: http://totallyhistory.com/wp-content/up ... ckwell.jpg. This and the painting mentioned above that shows the steam locomotive in the window slipped by me the other times I reviewed this site. To be honest, the locomotive is not really easy to see in the thumbnail, but is evident when enlarged. Here is what my NYNH&H RR hat looks like.corlissbs wrote: Norman Rockwell painted a Cagney 4-4-0 with a bored engineer waiting for passengers to load in the background.