Wendy Wham Mills art
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Rebirth on the Cumbres & Toltec
11x14 Proof that no matter what mankind does, Nature will never give up giving life…
Silent Sentinel Back from loan to Sen. Benenet's office in Washington D.C.
A guardian to the memory of the railroad when the bark and roar of steam locomotives ascending a grade broke the mountain stillness, and water tanks like these would quench an engine’s thirst as it rested, quietly breathing on the siding.
Thunder on the Mountain
9x12 *sold* The power of a doubleheader is still alive on the Georgetown Loop (mountain railroading at some of its best). This painting feature No. 12, a Shay, a superheated geared locomotive, built in 1926 at Lima Locomotive Works in Lima Ohio, and Baldwin Locomotive Works Consolidation No. 40, built in 1921 for the International Railway of Central America, thundering up the grade.
Memories of the Narrow Gauge
8x10 So much of Colorado’s rich railroad history is tucked away-- quietly sitting on sidings, and dreaming of grander days, or perhaps remembering long hours in service on the rails. If we are very still, perhaps we can hear the whisper of tales these cars can tell…