Our Nevada Southern Railway and Railroad Museum have received a snazzy new sign up on the newly cleared and landscaped corner at Boulder City Pkwy. and Buchanan Blvd. across from Albertsons.
Eventually, this area will become the location of the expanded Visitor Center for the Museum we’ve told you about previously, but for now it makes for a great spot to help direct visitors towards the Museum.
But what is really wonderful is not only the professionalism of this design but that the design work was DONATED to the museum, thanks to this very talented artist, Jeff Zampino of TypeMonkeys.com. (Pictured right, above)
The signs were printed by our own Quantum Printing in Boulder City, and also installed with the help of Joe Franco, Braden Brickman, Frank Carroll, and Scott Dam, (pictured left, above) the President of the Friends of Nevada Southern Railway, who are the non-profit that helps to support many efforts at our railroad and museum operations.
The signs are beautiful, and we really love seeing good stuff happening there, so “THANK YOU!”
On a sidebar to this story, that frankly we just could not resist, is the fact that the talented Jeff Zampino goes beyond being just an awesome graphic artist, but is also a movie maker. He created the short film “DUDS – A Fiddle Faddle Fable”, which was aired at the 2020 Dam Short Film Festival. It’s a black-and-white Chaplin-inspired comedy shot in Las Vegas and Boulder City featuring – you guessed it, a railway!
Watch the trailer for a chuckle here: