End of Standard Gauge Metal Sign

Item #83285

Exclusively from Trains magazine, celebrate the end of standard gauge and the start of narrow gauge with this tin sign.
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The "End of Standard Gauge" sign was used on the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad to mark for employees where rails suitable for 4-foot, 8 1/2-inch gauge trains (standard gauge) ended and where the 3-foot, or narrow-gauge trains took over completely.


For railfans and history buffs today, the sign also marks a new boundary: On one side is the hustle and bustle of modern life. Beyond the sign lies adventure, history, and an escape into the timeless world of railroad preservation.

This exclusive tin sign is a great statement for dens, offices, layout rooms, and other getaways.


  • Rolled and hemmed edges for safe handling
  • Pre-punched holes in each corner for easy mounting

Size: 12.5" x 16"

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