|Title||Arts for Transit: Celebrating 175 Years|
|Scope & Content||
Arts for Transit Poster "Celebrating 175 Years" of the LIRR by Yan Nascimbene 2008. Poster is a print of a paining of a steam locomotive on the LIRR pulling into the Greenport Station.
Poster Text: "The Long Island Rail Road was founded in 1834 and grew to become the nation's largest commuter railroad. Artist Yan Nascimbene captures a historic steam engine #39, pulling into the Greenport Station. The village of Greenport, located at the eastern tip of Long Island, has long been a destination for commerce and leisure. "
|Extent of Description||One 46" X 29.5" Poster|
|Level of description||Item|
Long Island Rail Road (LIRR)
Long Island (N.Y.)--History.
Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) -- Pictorial works.
Arts for Transit
|Line||Ronkonkoma Branch (LIRR)|
|Station||Greenport Station (LIRR Ronkonkoma Branch)|
|Number of images||1.0|