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Walker Hancock, Pennsylvania Railroad War Memorial 1949-1952. The finished work was cast in bronze at an overall height of 39 feet and is installed at the thirtieth street station in Philadelphia. on ArtStack #walker-hancock #art
The Pennsylvania Railroad's K4s class Pacific number 1737 was the prototype of the class of 4-6-2 steam locomotives that eventually would number 425 locomotives. The 1737 was the first K4s ever built for the PRR. In passenger service, the 1737 would handle passenger trains, like the railroads flagship passenger train, the Broadway Limited. As the 1930s began, the 1737 and the other K4s locomotives would have to double-head passenger trains. This is because the Pennsylvania Railroad had…
Pedimental Sculpture for the Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Philadelphia, PA, 1894
Majestic photos of old Pennsylvania Station show its architectural splendour before it was demolished in 1963 to make way for modern Madison Square Garden
Man in the early 1960s is about to board a Philadelphia Express train.
The gargoyles and other terracotta sculptures adorning the exterior of Cleveland, Ohio's Rockefeller Greenhouse were saved from the old Pennsylvania Railroad Euclid Street Station that was demolished in 1973. We could have seen them in place back in 1962.
Pennsylvania Railroad World War II Memorial - Located in 30th Street Station, the 39ft sculpture, designed by Walker Hancock, commemorates the 1,307 Pennsylvania Railroad employees who died in World War II. "Angel of the Resurrection", portrays Michael the Archangel raising up a fallen soldier out of the Flames of War. It was dedicated on 8/10/52 and unveiled by Medal of Honor recipient Army Sergeant Robert E. Laws. Army General Omar Bradley spoke at the ceremony.
Scale-model for Pennsylvania Railroad War Memorial | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Meant to commemorate the memory of 1288 men of the Pennsylvania Railroad who died in WWII...this sculpture simply captures loss. The futility but hope and peace of it too…
D-Day Remembrance: 10 WWII Memorials in the U.S. Worth a Visit
The Pennsylvania Railroad World War II Memorial, featuring the sculpture Angel of the Resurrection (Photo Courtesy Of: Wikimedia Commons)
Walker Hancock Pennsylvania Railroad War Memorial Model - MFA Boston Photo