Salem Depot in 1975




The B&O Railroad connected the dots for many budding settlements when it charted its way from Baltimore through the mountains to the Ohio River. Salem was one of these. During its boom-town years in the late 1800s the station became a busy place! Even after the years of prosperity, Salem Depot served the town of Salem well through both of the World Wars and, as noted by historians, though a depot may be owned by the railroad company, it becomes a kind of trademark for the townspeople, earning a place in their hearts that remains long after the railroad company’s tracks are taken up. Edition is limited.

Pen & ink on white paper
Limited edition, signed & numbered

Backed and wrapped
Picture size: 11.5 in. x 7.5 in. (29.2cm x 19cm)
Backing size: 18.375 in. x 14.75 in.

Price for image framed as shown: approximately $266
Outer matting: Torina Fresco (slate gray with marbling)
Inner matting: Copley Gray (light gray, soft)




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