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- Featured poster -

Last Train to Nowhere ™

These three engines can be found rusting away on the shores of the Bering Sea near Nome, Alaska. At one time they ran on the New York City elevated before being transported to Nome for the Gold Rush about 100 years ago. When photographer Edward Bovy happened upon the trains the light was poor, but as he set up the sky opened for just a few moments, allowing him to take this image while laying on his stomach to avoid the strong winds. Poster comes with a short story on the history of the train cars.

Lithographic Posters

All high quality lithographic posters are suitable for framing and are shipped first class
 in sturdy mailing tubes. We recommend mounting posters before framing
 for the longest-lasting and best-looking results.

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Bear in the Woods



*Bear in the Woods

This humorous poster release give photographic proof answering the age-old question, "Do bears **** in the woods?" Perfect for someone looking for a tastefully-offbeat gift. Every cabin, bathroom or outhouse should have one! Photography by Ron Sanford.

16 x 20 inches. $12.00.

* Our best selling poster


Sometimes soaring with eagles is not all it's cracked up to be

Dog gone! In the 1990's a mature bald eagle picked up a tourist's little dog in Valdez and flew off with it. This hilarious Alaska spoof of inspirational posters looks real but was made in the studio!

16 x 20 inches. $12.00.

No canine was consumed in the creation of this composite!




Last Train to Nowhere

One of our first posters is still popular with railroad buffs, hobbiests, and those interested in history. Features a dramatic, stormy image of the abandoned Council City and Solomon River Railroad near Nome. Nome just celebrated the 100th anniversary of its gold rush.

18 x 24 inches. $15.00.




This beautiful reflective image by Dennis Gaither shows a traditional kayak in an Alaska fjord. It won first place in a Sierra Magazine photo contest. Our remaining posters have a small crease in the lower left corner of the image which will probably not show after mounting.

18 x 24 inches. Sale $5.00.


Tufted Puffins


Bear Stare

Tufted Puffins

These two puffins were photographed on St. Paul Island, Alaska by Alissa Crandall. Our remaining posters have small creases, so they are free with any other poster order while they last.

16 x 20 inches. Free (on request) with any other poster order.



Bear Stare

This young brown bear at McNeil River Bear Sanctuary was very obliging, allowing Alissa Crandall to photograph it close-up for hours. Originally printed for radio station KBEAR, the logo on the poster can be easily matted out.

16 x 20 inches. $12.00.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: All photos used in our products and in our web site are copyrighted by the individual photographers and may not be used without permission for any purposes, even personal uses. We can put you in touch with the photographers if you are interested in purchasing usage rights.


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