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Durango To Silverton Rail 36x24 *D

Manufacturer: Circle Graphics
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SKU: 125-1710364
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$65.99
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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • "Durango To Silverton Rail" from Gary Cavalier Photography.
  • The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad carries over 200,000 passengers a year and runs year round.
  • Its locomotives are the 470-480 series manufactured  between 1923-1925.
  • It uses 10,000 gallons of water and 12,000 lbs of coal shoveled one shovel at a time for one round trip.
  • The heaviest locomotive weighs 143 tons when loaded and the heaviest passenger car weighs 35 tons.
  • Throughout the course of many years it has also carried over $300 million in precious metals from the mines.
  • This shot was taken while riding in the back of the train on a beautiful Colorado Autumn day in October 2011.
  • Western Slope of Colorado.

**Also Available In Stores As SKU 124-1710364**

  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • "Durango To Silverton Rail" from Gary Cavalier Photography.
  • The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad carries over 200,000 passengers a year and runs year round.
  • Its locomotives are the 470-480 series manufactured  between 1923-1925.
  • It uses 10,000 gallons of water and 12,000 lbs of coal shoveled one shovel at a time for one round trip.
  • The heaviest locomotive weighs 143 tons when loaded and the heaviest passenger car weighs 35 tons.
  • Throughout the course of many years it has also carried over $300 million in precious metals from the mines.
  • This shot was taken while riding in the back of the train on a beautiful Colorado Autumn day in October 2011.
  • Western Slope of Colorado.

**Also Available In Stores As SKU 124-1710364**

Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Width36
Height24
Depth1.5
Artist's NameGary Cavalier
ShapeRectangle
Artwork StylePhotography
Artwork Size24 x 36
OrientationLandscape
SubjectLandscapes
Collection Details
Gary Cavalier
Colorado

Gary Emilio Cavalier is a Colorado Native, born and raised in Lakewood Colorado, graduating from Bear Creek High School in 1971. His love for photography began as a child after admiring his father Emil's love for cameras and photography.

In 1973 Gary moved to the Western Slope of Colorado where he owned and operated his retail outlet "The Music Cellar", which included a One Hour Photo Lab, for 25 years in the Delta-Grand Junction area. He currently works for CES-Customer Engineering Services as a Technical Service Representative for Photo Labs throughout Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.

Gary is actively pursuing his passion to create and become a world renowned photographer and hopes one day that his name will be synonymous with his work. He is very critical of his own work and always strives for that one image that will tell a thousand words. He shares those images with you now and hopes you enjoy his work as much as he does creating it.

Collection Description
Gary Cavalier Photography