Frisco Meteor on Route 66 in Tulsa Oklahoma art print by T Lowry Wilson. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
The front of the old Frisco Meteor 4500 locomotive is accentuated by the blue sky overhead. The old train resides in the Route 66 Historical Village... more
The front of the old Frisco Meteor 4500 locomotive is accentuated by the blue sky overhead. The old train resides in the Route 66 Historical Village in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The converted diesel locomotive pulled a passenger train between Oklahoma CIty and St Louis via Tulsa and is one of three of twenty-five Northern class Baldwin 4-8-4s built during World War II.
The locomotives sported a distinctive blue, white and gray paint scheme and the "Meteor" was across the tender in red lettering.
Fine art photograph by T Lowry Wilson
About T Lowry Wilson
I am a multi-award winning photographer from Mississippi, currently working on a new series of Mississippi Delta images that explores the paradoxical culture of the Delta. My work includes images from the southern United States as well as images from along Rt 66 in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma.
I am an experienced portrait and wedding photographer and am known for my ability to create images that flirt with crossing the line between a painting and a photograph.
For more information or to ask questions, please contact me using the link on this page or at my main website listed below. If you desire to have artwork signed you may contact me via the website for information regarding how to get that done.
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