Kinzua Train Onesie
The highest railroad viaduct in the world when it was built in 1882, the Kinzua Viaduct was constructed as an alternative to laying an additional eight miles of track so trains could get to McKean County’s coal, timber, and oil lands. This onesie, modeled after the Kinzua Bridge State Park’s penny press, features a fun drawing of a train riding over the bridge before it was closed to all traffic after a thorough inspection in 2002. The bridge was then partially destroyed by a tornado in 2003. Available in a variety of colors, these adorable onesies are sure to make your tiny, little engineer cuter than ever!
This design is also available in adult sweatshirt, long sleeve and short sleeve adult sizes as well as youth, toddler, and ladies sizes.
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton; Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/poly. Seamless topstitched three-quarter inch collar; TearAway label; taped neck and shoulders; double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem.
Located in beautiful DuBois, Pennsylvania, Xtreme Wear has proven that they’re truly the source for all things imprintable! Along with providing friendly customer service, the Xtreme Wear team provides high quality and fast services in screen printing, embroidery, promo products, and designing personalized shirts for any event or function. Xtreme Wear is a proud licensee of the PA Wilds logo.
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