Examples of early 20th Century train design are now available at patentroom. The online gallery of early patent designs now includes examples of vintage locomotive drawings.
PatentRoom is proud to announce a new collection for train art in its gallery of drawings from early industrial designers. The new collection features original drawings of vintage locomotives, train cars and related railway items.
PatentRoom is a unique website featuring works of art from pioneers of modern design hidden in the archives of the U.S. Patent Office. The gems from among the millions of patents filed in the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s are available for viewing online. In addition to the new train drawings, PatentRoom features collections for car, architecture and toy design.
The train images in this unique collection were uncovered following exhaustive research through Patent Offices archives. New images are still being researched and prepared for display on PatentRoom.
Lovers of American industrial design, trains and graphic arts won't want to miss this unique collection of early 20th Century drawings. An example of the type of images on display is a drawing from a 1945 patent for a bullet train by famous Detroit stylist George Walker, who went on to head the design team at Ford Motor Company.
PatentRoom is excited to unveil its new collection of train drawings. New drawings are added five days a week. To make it convenient for visitors to find out when new images are added PatentRoom offers a free syndicated RSS feed.
PatentRoom Unveils Early Train Designs
| by Levent Ozler