The image is a view of the Pennsylvania Railroad bridge crossing Standing Stone Creek in Huntingdon Penn. circa 1870
The locomotive is #422 a Baldwin 4-4-0 built in 1867 which operated on the middle division of the PRR main line. Additional period information was gleaned from Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad [graphic] / F. Gutekunst. and from the Library of Congress
The PRR bridge as it looks today.
See the art on Huntingdon's Blair Park transportation interperative panel
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4 color print details:
Print measures: 18 X 24 inches
Printed on 100# matte book paper with a matte coating.
Print shipped rolled in a 2 inch tube.
Only shipped within the United States