Embellish your home with this high-quality print of the Brinckerhoff Ferry Boat as it passes under the renowned Poughkeepsie-Highland Rail Road Bridge. Painted by artist John Gould, he showcases the glory of the historic Hudson Valley.
Text in photo: “Built in 1899- She ran from Poughkeepsie, NY to Highland on the Hudson River until 1942. She was then transferred to Bridgeport, CT where she was used as an excursion boat until 1949. This scene in 1927 shows the Brinckerhoff leaving Poughkeepsie- the Ferry Gov. Winthrop in the background, the famous Railroad Bridge, the marvel of the age, looms above the skyline.”
This piece measures 7 inches tall and 7 inches wide, including the black frame.