“Lincoln Highway’s Historic Ship Hotel”


Color Archival Giclée Print
Image Size: 19 5/8″ x 14 5/8″
Edition limited to:
10 Artist proofs archival giclée prints…$225
75 Signed and numbered archival giclée prints…$175

Artist-Enhanced Color Archival Giclée Print
Image Size: 18″ x 24″
Edition limited to:
10 Artist-enhanced archival giclée prints…$400


Driving along Route 30 during the mid-20th century, long before the Pennsylvania Turnpike was built, was a beautiful country road experience. About 80 miles outside of Pittsburgh and just 17 miles before you reached Bedford, you would find a unique sight and a great piece of Americana.

“Lincoln Highway’s Historic Ship Hotel” depicts a hotel/restaurant that was built to resemble an ocean liner anchored off a cliff along Route 30. Standing on what would be the bow of the boat you and your family could overlook a patchwork of fields, farms, hills, and mountains from which you could see 3 states and 7 counties.
Step back in time and relive the excitement of visiting one of Pennsylvania’s most unusual roadside attractions.

Click the image below to watch a timelapse video of Linda creating this marvel of “roadside America”.