Three different engines, three different prints.

The Kopel

1902

The Porter

1927

The Henshel

1936

The three current operating engines of the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad. Not pictured is the Bagnal from England built in 1946 and is currently undergoing renovation.

Steam locomotives—a passion for many but who can resist the sights, sounds, and even smells of a bygone era. The movement of exposed running gear, the chug-chug of a steam engine under power, and the unique smell of a coal fire bring back memories for those who know and fascinate everyone.

I had the privilege of being the engineer for each of these locomotives for two seasons and took the opportunity of photographing these in a different setting creating a unique look for each but a cohesive collection. 
Available for sale individually or as a collection of 3 they are printed on acid free photography paper at 12 X 18 inches each and come ready for you to frame and display.

The Kopel Paper Print
20.00
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The Porter Paper Print
20.00
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The Henshal Paper print
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