The Passing Freight, Danbury. 1934. Drypoint and sand ground. McCarron 108. 8 7/8 x 14 7/8 (sheet 12 1/7 x 17 5/8). Edition 46 (including 6 trial proofs). A rich, tonal impression printed on cream laid paper with full margins. Signed in pencil. Housed in an 18 x 24-inch modernist stepped gold and silver frame. $35,000.
The words 'New Haven' are written on the last car on the right.
The Danbury and Norwalk Railroad was an independent American railroad that operated between its namesake cities in Connecticut from 1852 until its absorption by the Housatonic Railroad in 1887. The right of way established by the D&N continues in operation and is now known as the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad.
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