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Road and Track - December 1939
Additional Views:   enlarged   artist:   Jack JURATOVIC
designer of car
Media Size Edition Price 
Giclée on watercolor paper 31" x 46" 10 $2,500
Giclée on watercolor paper 23" x 34" 100 $595
Giclée on watercolor paper 16" x 24" 100 $295
Road and Track - December 1939
The New York Central Hudsons were a series of 4-6-4 'Hudson' type steam locomotives built by the American Locomotive Co. and the Lima Locomotive Works from 1927 to 1938 for the New York Central Railroad. Named after the Hudson River, the 4-6-4 wheel arrangement came to be known as the Hudson type in the United States as these locomotives were the first examples built and used in North America. Built for high-speed passenger train work, the Hudson locomotives were famously known for hauling the New York Central's crack passenger trains, such as the 20th Century Limiteand the Empire State Express. With the onset of diesel locomotives in the mid-20th Century, all Hudson locos were retired, with none preserved.

Designer Notes:
"This is my interpretation of the flamboyant French school of study."

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