Tony Howe Railroad Art

Two sizes available-

8x10- $15.00 each

13x19- $30 each

 (unless otherwise noted)

Scans below are low resolution. Prints will be much better quality at full resolution.

 

Mississippi Southern Sunrise

Edward Hines Yellow Pine Co. 2-6-0 number 294 backs around the south leg of the wye at the main logging camp of the lumber company at Barth, Mississippi, while switching the morning log train to Kiln in 1925. The lumber company's railroad was called the Mississippi Southern, and ran from Kiln to Lumberton.

Item Name: Mississippi Southern Sunrise Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

Item Name: Mississippi Southern Sunrise Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

 

 

McComb Memories

Illinois Central 4-8-2 Number 2542 rumbles past the  depot at McComb, Mississippi, with a northbound freight in 1952. 2-8-2's 1525 and 1821 wait for their  next assignments on the ready tracks next to the  roundhouse. Number 2542 is currently on display  next to the depot in McComb.

Signed and numbered limited edition prints
Item Name: McComb Memories Large Print 13.25 x 24
Price: $30

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: McComb Memories Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE   13x22  $1500

                                         

Gulf & Ship Island Depot Wiggins

Gulf and Ship Island Railroad 4-4-2 Number 10 is on the head end of train number 4, the regular passenger train from Gulfport to
Jackson, Mississippi, in 1909. This depot, and much of downtown Wiggins, burned to the ground in 1910, and was replaced by the 
depot that still stands and is undergoing restoration by the city of Wiggins.

Item Name: G&SI Depot Wiggins Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: G&SI Depot Wiggins Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Artesia- 1944

Gulf Mobile & Ohio Railroad's northbound passenger train, the Gulf Coast Rebel, stands in front of the depot at Artesia, Mississippi, in 1944. On the house track behind the depot, RS-1 number 1111 waits with train 116, the connecting train from Montgomery, Alabama.

Signed and numbered limited edition prints                         

Item Name: Artesia-1944 Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Signed open edition prints                                                           

Item Name: Artesia- 1944 Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  18x24  $1200

 

Ocala, Florida 1962

Passenger trains of the Seaboard Air Line and 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroads meet at the central 
Florida town of Ocala in 1962. 

Signed open edition prints                                                        Image area 14.5x22 inches

Item Name: Ocala, Florida 1962 Large Print
Price: $30

 

Denkmann Lumber Co. Shays

Two Shay locomotives of the Denkmann Lumber Co. switch cars near their logging camp known as Camp 19 in central Pearl River County, MS. Logs from this area were hauled by rail to the Denkmann sawmill at Norfield, Mississippi, in southern Lincoln County between 1928 and 1932. 

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Denkmann Lbr Co Shays Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Denkmann Lbr Co Shays Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Escatawpa River Sunrise

The log train of W. Denny & Co. is hauling the first load of logs for the day to the banks of the Escatawpa River at Moss Point, 
Mississippi in 1903. The company's sawmills were located on the river in downtown Moss Point, while the company's largest tract of
timber was located southeast of town several miles. 

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Escatawpa River Sunrise Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Escatawpa River Sunrise Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

Atlanta Union Station- 1944

Trains of the Louisville & Nashville RR, Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast RR, Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis RR, and Georgia RR congregate at the west end of Atlanta, Georgia's Union Station in 1944. 

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Atlanta Union Station- 1944 Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

 

Item Name: Atlanta Union Station- 1944 Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  15x22  $2000

 

Meridian Roundhouse

Gulf Mobile & Ohio Railroad locomotives rest between assignments in the roundhouse in Meridian, Mississippi, in 1949. At far left is former Mobile & Ohio 2-8-2 #475. Next to it is motor car #2500, waiting for its assigned run on train #'s 11 and 12, the daily run to Jackson, Tenn. On the right are two Alco FA-1's, the main road power used by the GM&O on the South End after dieselization. 

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Meridian Roundhouse Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Meridian Roundhouse Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  18x24  $900

 

Parker Earle & Sons Shay

The 13-ton Shay owned by Parker Earle & Sons, of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, poses with Mr. Earle and logging crew at the log dump on Fort Bayou in 1892. The Earle sawmill was located on the south bank of Fort Bayou, while the wood-rail logging railroad ran north from a dump on the north side.

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Parker Earle & Sons Shay Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Parker Earle & Sons Shay Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

ORIGINAL AVAILABLE  $500

 

Maxie Meeting

A northbound Gulf & Ship Island freight train behind 4-6-0 Number 9 meets the train of the Edward Hines Yellow Pine Co. from Lumberton at the depot at Maxie, Mississippi, just north of
Wiggins, in a rare South Mississippi snowfall in 1925. 

Signed open edition prints
Item Name: Maxie Meeting Large Print 13x19
Price: $30

Item Name: Maxie Meeting Small Print 8x10
Price: $15

 

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