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Pennsylvania Railroad GG1
"The Legendary GG1" - 16" x 24"
"The Legendary GG1" - 11" x 14"
16" x 24" Giclee Print................$80.00
11" x 14" Giclee Print...............$45.00
In order to provide the highest quality artwork to our valued customers and patrons, all our prints are only printed by a professional printing company on Heavyweight Archival Paper using Epson Ultrachrome professional archival inks. We understand your art purchase is personal and our printing process ensures your treasured print will last for many years.
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Prints are signed by the artist and feature an extra 1" border to allow for matting and framing.
16" x 24" Ltd Edition Canvas Print (Qty. 25).............$110.00
"The Legendary GG1 " Detail
"The Legendary GG1" Detail 2
20" x 30" Giclee Print...............$100.00
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The Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 was an icon of railroading. The traction motor got itís power through pantagraphs which were raised to contact the 11,000 volt catenary which was strung above the track. There were 139 GG1 units built from 1934 to 1943. Styled by Westinghouse industrial designer Donald Roscoe Dohner and refined by famed designer Raymond Loewy, the GG1 was an attractive machine. The GG1 could generate up to 8,000 HP and was designed to pull passenger trains up to 100 MPH. She enjoyed a long service life with the Pennsylvania Railroad as well as with its Penn Central, Conrail, Amtrak successors. The last GG1 retired from service by New Jersey Transit in 1983. Several units are preserved in museums around the country. So beloved and remarkable was the GG1 that the preserved prototype unit was designated an Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark in 1983.