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Moving Along Women's T-Shirt

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Our Bella / Canvas t-shirts are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   They're stylish, soft, and incredibly comfortable.   Machine wash with cold water, and tumble dry on low heat.

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Congratulations your creative art is featured in the INDUSTRIAL ART group!

Thank you Lyric for the feature in Industrial Art Group. Very much appreciated

Top finisher in Photographs of Old Trains contest 8/2/2013. Thank you for the votes.

Thank you KLass for the feature in Energia.

Thank you Carol for the feature in All Occasion Cards.

Great head on image! v

Thank you Bob and Nancy.

thank you everett for the feature in wheels that roll.

thank you Chrisann for the feature in the weekly fun group.

Thank you jrr for the feature in children art.

Thank you Jose for the feature in stop Time with art.

voted!

Thank you Mingqi

Nice shot for a vintage machine, Voted

Thank you Bedros.

Thank you once again royce for another feature in ACG.

High finisher in Locomotives and other things contest. Thank you for the votes.

Great capture, Kathleen!!

Thank you Karol.

High finisher Locomotive contest.

Love these old engines, have a life of their own, nice picture Kathy

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Women's T-Shirt Reviews (60)

Average Rating (4.35 Stars):

February 14th, 2019

This is an amazing depiction of an incredible girl. Love this shirt!! Sizes run real small though so order up a size at least!!

February 14th, 2019

Did not like! The T-shirt was pretty but I ordered a large and it came back as an extra extra small, very poor quality I do not recommend I had to give it to a friend that was 4 sizes smaller than me so be careful with this style of t-shirt!!

January 25th, 2019

It was way too small- definitely not a woman's size Large

January 24th, 2019

Fit her perfectly and even better than expected. GREAT shirt, GREAT quality !!!!

January 16th, 2019

The quality is good. The sizing is WAY OFF! This is was supposed to be an adult size. It is more like a child's medium or large. Very disappointed

January 14th, 2019

The artwork is great. But the sizing is off. I ordered a large for my daughter and this shirt does not fit, it's too small.

Artist's Description

100 year old,steam engine locomotive-Cambria,New York1906 Case Steam Engine Tom DeBacker, Bob Condon, Jere DeBacker -- Boulder, CO 1906 Case Steam EngineOur first knowledge of this engine is when Dr. Gunder of Loveland CO purchased it in the Texas Creek area west of Canon City CO in 1953. He brought it to our family farm near Boulder for storage while he worked on it. We remember him saying it was used on a sawmill. There are several interesting breaks and repairs on castings which indicate some misadventures in its past. Also heavy wear on axles & gear train indicates pulling work done at some point in it's life. Dr. Gunder disassembled the engine parts and started cleanup & repairs. He died in 1967 leaving it to our father Harold De Backer. Harold did more work but it was still uncompleted at the time of his death in 1969. It was left by Harold to Tom, Bob, and Jere. Bob completed boiler repairs, assembled engine and had it running in 1974 for the first time since it came to Boulde...

About Kathleen Struckle

Hi,My name is Kathleen Struckle. I live in Clarence,New York. I am a self taught photographer Discount 20% Discount does not apply to commercial images or Royalty Free work Discount code HCCRKS

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