Youth Kinzua Train T-Shirt
Built as an alternative to laying an additional eight miles of track so trains could get to McKean County’s coal, timber, and oil lands, the Kinzua Viaduct was the highest railroad viaduct in the world when it was constructed in 1882. After closing to all traffic in 2002 following a thorough inspection of the bridge, an F1 tornado destroyed 11 viaduct towers in 2003. Modeled after the Kinzua Bridge State Park’s penny press, this shirt features a fun drawing of a train riding over the bridge before it was closed off and then blown over by the tornado. Trains seem to capture children's imaginations, and if your child is no different, track down one of these shirts in a variety of colors to make your little engineer's day!
This design is also available in adult sweatshirt, long sleeve and short sleeve adult, ladies, toddler, and onesie sizes.
65% polyester, 35% cotton (Heather Hot Pink); 100% cotton (Purple, Caribbean Blue, Green Apple, Heather Green); machine washable.
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