"Under the Trestle"
Morgantown, MS8 x 10 inches
There was a time when the rails were the lifeblood of America. Today they are mostly silent in the small towns that dot the country. This trestle lies almost hidden from the main road. Standing beneath it, you can hear the ghost of trains that are long gone and almost feel the vibrations of their passing in the timbers.
This fine art photograph is printed on heavy Ilford Galerie gloss paper with Kodak ink. No watermark will appear on your image.
Also available in other sizes, as postcards and note cards and black and white.
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