Lightbox Ann Arbor

Lightbox Ann Arbor

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The Ann Arbor Railroad (reporting mark AA) was an American railroad that operated between Toledo, Ohio, and Elberta and Frankfort, Michigan (about 294 route miles) with train ferry operations across Lake Michigan. The railroad company was chartered September 21, 1895, as successor to the Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Railway.[1] In 1905, it was acquired by the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railway (DTI). Wabash Railroad gained control of Ann Arbor Railroad in 1925.

This is an illuminated light box of the Ann Arbor railroad logo.. This is a PLA (Polylactic Acid) printed representation of the logo in 3 colors (Blue, Yellow, White) with a drum-like back containing a wall mounting hole. The lightbox includes an IR remote to turn the light box on/off and to change the color intensity from a warm 2700K to a daylight bright 6500K.

The logo is back lit with 110V LED Strip lights to illuminate the entire logo. The unit measures 8.975 length x 7.441 width x 1.575 depth.