Immortalize these gigantic locomotive wheels on an eco-friendly metal print, made from 100% recycled aluminum. .
These wheels are on the Frisco 4500 Meteor that is on permanent static display in Tulsa's Route 66 Historical Village (alongside Route 66).The reason it is called the Frisco 4500 Meteor is because it was operated by the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway and would move passengers and freight between Oklahoma City and St. Louis. They may not look like it in this photo, but these wheels are massive! I'm 6'0 and these wheels are as tall as I am!
Materials: Eco-friendly, 100% post-consumer recycled ChromaLuxe aluminum surface (hanger included). Floats the print approximately 1.2" off the wall when hung. High gloss finish.
Care: The ultra-hard surface is scratch-resistant, waterproof and weatherproof. Easy to clean with any commercial glass cleaner. Avoid direct sunlight exposure.