victoria heilshorn studio - the best in HistoryTitle -Steam Engine on Trestle Bridge Description - A steam engine on trestle bridge, June, 1913. Caption reads: [Train on the] highest single piling trestle in the world. No more information is known about this photograph.Description Source - Library of CongressYear - June, 1913SKU - LAS-0087*Sometimes photographer information is available. Please contact usif you have an inquiry._______________________________________________________________________________New borderless print 5" x 7" (approximate) Gloss finish Heavy-weight professional paperCoated for water-resistanceAcid free to prevent yellowing A Note on Image Quality:The quality of historic images are subject to thewearing of time, the capabilities of the original photographer, and limitations of period technology. Please note that we do not attempt to fix or enhance the original image in any way, as we feel these eccentricities add to its historic charm. 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