Freeman Train Station Art Print


ART PRINT DETAILS: (Prints do not come framed)

16" x 20", 12.5" x 20", 13.5" x 20" Regular prints

  • Paper - 8pt stock C2S, smooth coating, matte finish
  • 2" White border (Great for a high-end framed look)
  • or .5" White border

16" x 20" Limited Edition, signed and numbered prints
(Only 15 prints available in this limited run) 

  • Paper - Fine art paper (Acid free, 100% cotton rag, 300~ 320 gsm, matte finish)
  • 2" White border

11" x 14" Small prints

  • Paper - 100lb cover stock, matte finish
  • .5" White border

Burlington, Ontario Canada - Freeman Station is one of the last surviving Grand Trunk Railway stations in the City of Burlington, following the loss of the Aldershot GTR station. Built in 1906 for the Grand Trunk Railway as a combination passenger and baggage depot, the Burlington Junction Station, or Freeman Station, as it is often called because of the hamlet in which it stood, was closed in 1988. Today, the relocated and restored Freeman Station is managed by a group of community volunteers.

This illustration is a finalist for the Local Public Art program and will be wrapped around a traffic signal box at Lakeshore & Pearl in Burlington. I decided to create a piece of art based on a local landmark in the town. The restoration of this beautiful piece of history should be celebrated.  

Canadian Shipping note: Unless the item is in stock, they will be printed as ordered and could take 10 - 15 days to arrive.