Artist's Comment:

"When you drive the most northerly road that you can possibly take from British Columbia to Alberta, you'll eventually enter the village of Hine's Creek. This was where a branch line of the now abandoned Northern Alberta Railway once served several grain elevators before the trains turned around and headed back east again. Several freight cars and a NAR caboose are on display in the village, commemorating the town's railway heritage, and at the time of my visit at least one elevator was still standing."

Artist:  Michael Everett Glover

A Canadian prairie image of a grain elevator by well-known Canadian artist - Michael Everett Glover.

  • Size: 22" x 24" 
  • Medium: Oil on canvas 
  • Framed
  • Canvas - 1.5 inches in depth. 
  • Shipping: packed flat
  • Signed "Michael Glover"

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