Later!, 1942, Colorized
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Collectible museum-grade fine art print, hand-printed in England and individually finished with a monogram emboss. Each sale directly supports the artisan. Listed dimensions include a white border for easy framing.
ABOUT THIS PHOTOGRAPH
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) was the first steam-operated railway in the United States, to be chartered as a common carrier of freight and passengers in 1827. This particular route of B&O was the Baltimore & Ohio Richwood Branch, which extended over a hundred miles from Clarksburg to Richwood, completed in 1901. Richwood, unsurprisingly named for its abundance of timber, boomed by the 1930s as a thriving industrial town; home to then the world's largest clothespin factory as well as industry ranging from glassmaking to leather sole plants. The railway was abandoned by the 1980s. – Jordan J. Lloyd
Taken: September 1942
Location: Richwood, West Virginia, United States
Photographer: John Collier Jr.
Remaster & Colorization: Jordan J. Lloyd
Original Format: Original negative nitrate
Commercial Use: ⇲ License this Image
|AO||118.9 x 84.1||46.8 x 33.1|
|A2||59.4 x 42.0||23.4 x 16.5|
|A3||42.0 x 29.7||16.5 x 11.7|
|A4||29.7 x 21.0||
11.7 x 8.3
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