Perfect for the aspiring conductor or just for children that want to play and love trains, these youth classic railroad work caps will make children feel like the real engineers who once crossed the Kinzua Viaduct on trains. Built in 1882, the viaduct was forged as an alternate route to transport coal, oil, and timber. Eventually, the Kinzua Viaduct (Kinzua Bridge) became a popular passageway for excursion trains. These trips brought thousands of visitors who wished to see this railroad masterpiece up close. Even after tragedy struck in 2003, the spirit of the Kinzua Viaduct lived on, and it opened the door for a beautiful skywalk that people travel from all over the world to traverse. These hats are a unique way to celebrate the conductors who operated the trains crossing the Kinzua Viaduct and those who operate the trains of today.
This cap is also available in an adult size.
Premium made caps, Authentic Hickory Stripe, Adjustable snaps in back, One size fits most
Round House Workwear, founded in 1903 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, has been making USA-made workwear according to a "fit best, wear longest" standard for more than 110 years.
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