Bob Byerley The Train Shop

Two kids gaze through the toy store window, looking at and dreaming of what it must be like to run those big railroad locomotives in Bob Byerley's print The Train Shop.

Bob Byerley says:  “When I was a child, one of my most favorite things to do was to go for a “family walk“ after supper. Mom, Dad, my little brother and I would walk over to  Broadway, our small town “business district“, and leisurely stroll the sidewalks looking in the storefront windows. Each of us had a favorite window. Dad liked the hardware store, Mom loved Hathaway’s Dry Goods, and my little brother would  race ahead to the pet store windows and the cocker puppies.
My favorite, by far, was “The Train Shop“. I would stand and gaze at the beautiful shinny locomotives on display and dream of a huge layout of my own that I would build when I grew up. My family would patiently wait up on the corner until my little brother would run back to pull me along to our final destination of the evening, Carter’s Ice Cream Shop. The chocolate revel was great but if I could have had my way I‘m sure I would halve chosen to spend those extra minutes looking through “The Train Shop Window“.”

This print is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Comes in a limited edition unframed image size of 12" x 16".

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