Image Size: 11 in. X 14 in. Original acrylic painting on canvas. Framed
Crow’s Gulch is a community just outside Corner Brook on Newfoundland’s west coast. It has been the scene of several landslides over the years, one involving the railway track on August 16, 1935 when 15 tons of debris and a large boulder were deposited there. On the 13th. of September, 1966 two trains with 13 cars carrying 13 people were involved in a head-on collision killing three people. No persons reside in Crow’s Gulch today.
SOLD (to Government of Nova Scotia)
Limited Edition prints available.