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This powerful French art deco stone lithographic poster was created in 1932 by Pierre Fix-Masseau (1905 - 1994) and reprinted from the original stones in 1943. Marked in the plate "Pierre Masseau 32" on the lower left. On the lower margin "Edita 12 Rue Dubanboy, Paris", and "Re D. Copson", "43" and "MP C2". The poster measures 39 ½" x 24 3/8".

This powerful Art Deco poster, painted in 1938, is perhaps Ragan’s most famous. We are also seeing a new Art Deco, or at least the spirit of Art Deco. The iPhone is a Deco masterpiece in its own right: sleek, modern, futuristic, minimalist.

The design of the Commodore Vanderbilt was the creation of Carl F. Kantola, whose career at the NYC spanned 47 years.

The 1938 Art Deco 20th Century Limited was an express passenger train operated by the New York Central Railroad from 1902 to 1967, during which time it would become known as a “National Institution” and the “Most Famous Train in the World”. In the year of its last run, The New York Times said that it “…was known to railroad buffs for 65 years as the world’s greatest train.”

A section of one of the famous red carpets, next to the observation car "Hickory Creek". The 20th Century Limited originally departed New York City from the right-hand side of this platform.

RED CARPET TREATMENT STARTED WITH THE 20TH CENTURY LIMITED –TRAIN OF TYCOONS AND STARS THAT RAN NIGHTLY BETWEEN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO

Nord Express Art Deco Travel Poste

Art Deco Travel Poster

Clearing the way.

Art Deco today!

Definitely not glamorous but fast ... This is the M-497, a jet-powered engine was tested in New York during the summer of 1966. No passengers were ever transported, but the train did exceed 183 mph (still a U.S. record today).

The fastest express train in the world launched in China ... It may not be Art Deco but it has an Art Deco Attitude!

A 1937 Cord - The Car of My Deco Dreams!

Pennsylvania Railroad 1939 Steam Locomotive

1934 Chrysler Airflow Car - not on a train but quite a ride!

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