Attention: For indoor use only.
- Width: 24 Inches
- Height:36 Inches
- Material: 24 gauge US steel
- Shipping Weight: 10 lbs.
- Made in: USA
American Steam Locomotive Metal Sign 24 x 36 Inches
Henry R. Campbell designed the first steam locomotive with four wheels on axles back in 1831, and the Schenectady Locomotive Works produced one of the first models in 1868. This train was considered a landmark in rail history, and it is beautifully celebrated in the design of the American Steam Locomotive Metal Sign. This train brings the 4-4-0 to life along with a sexy pinup girl clad in a red dress. The sign captures the look of the advertising signs used by the railways during the 1940s and beyond and is sure to be treasured by any fan of train history.
The American Steam Locomotive Metal Sign is manufactured in the USA with a sublimation baking process that preserves every vivid detail of the graphics on the 24 gauge US steel base. This creates a sign of truly lasting beauty that will not peel or fade. Measuring 24 inches by 36 inches, the drilled and fully riveted sign is large in size and weighs 10 full pounds.