Somehow or other, this art print came into my possession 40+ years ago. It's No. 8 of 50 produced by Paul A. Hough in 1973. It's 10" x 6-5/8" and looks as if ink was applied to a carved block and pressed into onion skin paper. It's long mystified me what street or interurban railroad this might be. The only SD&E I can find is the San Diego and Eastern Railroad, which worked only a line survey and shut about 1905 without a rail being laid, and the snow scene is hardly reminiscent of southern California. Is this a fanciful print without historic merit or can someone identify what we see? Thanks!