SunRail transforms coach car into a rolling art gallery

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SunRail workers install vinyl art on the windows of a bi-level commuter car.
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SANFORD, Fla. — Florida’s SunRail commuter rail operation has partnered with private art groups to transform the windows of a bi-level commuter railcar into a rolling art gallery. The new “Art is Moving” program features the work of artists from every county in SunRail’s service area as well as the city of Orlando.

The window artwork is made of perforated vinyl and does not diminish visibility from inside or outside of the car. The inaugural trip for the coach car took place Thursday afternoon on a southbound train out of DeBary, Fla.

The program also coincides with a weekend art festival in Winter Park.

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