Engineers Chat (Exhibition)
Australia's favourite engine Puffing Billy is one of the finest preserved steam railways in the world and this century old steam train is still running on its original 25 kilometre mountain track in Victoria's Dandenong Ranges. Did you know the firemen start at 6.30 am to prepare the steam locomotive for it's departure at 10.30 am every morning?
With over 900 dedicated volunteers keeping Billy on the tracks and thousands of visitors a year that come to ride the beloved locomotive the team needs to run like the well oiled machine they care for. I captured this imagine in the engine shed as the Engineers and Firemen were discussing the days work, an iconic scene that really could be from any point in time over the last two centuries.
FRAMED PRINT DETAILS: A "one-of-a-kind" exclusive Hand-made & crafted Dawson Frame, clarity UV70 glass, two black linen bevel accents with one matching fillet and another silver fillet, Image printed onto a Hahnemühhle William Turner 310gsm paper. [Actual Image Size 32"x32" (810x810mm), Outside Frame Size @ 42"x42" (1070x1070mm)].