Horse and Train - Alex Coleville
The painting "Horse and Train" (1954), was inspired by two lines from the poet Roy Campbell:
Against a regiment I oppose a brain
And a dark horse against an armored train.
Horse and Train is a part of the Art Gallery of Hamilton's permanent collection; Dominion Foundries and Steel, Ltd. (Dofasco Inc) donated the painting in 1957.
Horse and Train appears on the cover of the album Night Vision by Bruce Cockburn.
Alex Colville and his painting Horse and Train are mentioned in the introduction (and in the story itself) of Nova Scotia fiction writer Barry Wood's short story Nowhere to Go published in England's Postscripts #14 in 2008.