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#117

Monon's Lew Wallace

Monon's Lew Wallace-a moonlight setting over a river bridge somewhere in Indiana is the setting for a snowy passing of one of Monon's freight trains, named after the famous Indiana writer Lew Wallace, who wrote Ben Hur among other famous novels. This was another of the paintings commissioned by Monon President John Barriger to Howard Fogg to depict his modern, all dieselized, Monon Railroad of the early 1950's.

 

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