John Geerts pen & ink drawing of Burlington Junction Station

John Geerts pen & ink drawing of Burlington Junction Station framed$25 – 4×6 Print in 5×7 Frame

John Geerts was an internationally known artist whose chosen medium was pen and ink.  He illustrated more than 80 railway stations in Ontario, as well as other architecturally significant structures.  Born in Belgium, Mr. & Mrs. Geerts came to Canada in 1947 and settled in a log cabin in Markdale.  He took up drawing full-time after his retirement.  Originally donated by Mrs. Louisa Geerts.  Reproduced with permission.  Note:  style of frame may vary from that shown.

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David Harrington Print – depicts the Station circa 1957

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