Tracks at Sunset
This is one of our series of shots around town, showing off the charm of Cool Cape May, America's Original Seaside Resort. Photographer Charles Riter captured the famous ghostly railway tracks at Sunset Beach. They appear and disappear infrequently, based on weather and tidal patterns. The tracks were used for transporting sand from Cape May to glass factories in the early 1900s. It is sold unframed.
Available in three sizes.
Please Note Artwork larger than 18 x 24 is printed off-site. Same day pickup is not available for these sizes and because they are special orders, we cannot accept returns.