Along the Stagecoach Trail - By Larry Garmezy
Along the Stagecoach Trail – A small cabin from the turn of the last century near the west end of Centennial Valley and the first watering spot along the Monida to West Yellowstone Stagecoach Trail. The stagecoach was the main route to the west side of Yellowstone from 1898 – 1907. It shut down in 1917 with the advent of touring cars along the Union Pacific rail line directly into West Yellowstone, Montana. Image size is 11.25" x 17.5" (designed for standard 18x24 mat and frames). Custom sizes are available upon request. Limited signed edition photograph (signed edition size 25).