Black and White Frisco 4500 Meteor Locomotive Wheels
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Located in Tulsa's Route 66 Historical Village (alongside Route 66), the Frisco 4500 Meteor Locomotive is on permanent static display. 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!
All print images are printed on E-Surface paper which is one of the most popular photographic papers because of the color accuracy and archival quality. All prints come with a lustre finish to help protect against fingerprints and UV exposure.
The print-only option spends a day in production and 2-5 business days in shipping. You will usually receive these items in 4-5 business days.
Metal print sizes: 8x12, 12x18, 16x24, 20x30, 24x36
Metal print images are printed on 1/16" aluminum sheet and come mounted with a metal easel or float mount.
Metal print images usually spend 2-3 days in production and ship within 2-5 business days.