"Roots of the Pennsylvania Railroad can be traced back to 1831 to the Camden and Amboy which used horses for motive power. During the first half of the 1900's its immaculately kept steam engines, fast freights and upscale streamliners zipped along well-manicured roadbeds between New York and Chicago, New York and Washington, and various other cities in the industrialized heartland"
We are pleased to offer you this beautiful authentic reproduction of an Pennsylvania Railroad vintage logo advertising sign.
This 8 1/2" by 8 1/2" enameled sign is created using the same process popularized in the early 1900's. The colors are not applied as paint, instead they are finely ground glass crystals which, when kiln fired at 1350 degrees F, fuse to a heavy steel plate. Each color is applied and fired separately, creating a durable, lustrous and rust resistant product. The resulting high quality and excellent craftsmanship assures this item will also make the perfect Christmas or Hanukkah gift for that special Train or Railroad enthusiasts as well as Railroadiana memorabilia collectors! Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!