<p> Hit a home-run with this classic 3/4 sleeve baseball t-shirt. It has a white or ash body with contrasting sleeves and collar. We’ve double-needle stitched both the bottom and sleeve hems of this raglan jersey for long-lasting quality. Customize to make it your own!</p>
<p>Size & Fit<p>
Model is 6’1” and wearing a large
Runs true to size
<p>Fabric & Care</p>
5.5 oz. pre-shrunk 100% heavyweight cotton construction
Raglan 3/4 sleeves. Double-needle stitched bottom and sleeve hems.
The vintage Union Pacific Railroad Big Boy was the largest steam locomotive (engine) ever built.
In total, 25 Big Boys steam Locomotives were built By (Alco) The American Locomotive Company between 1941 and
1944. A Big Boy could generate a maximum of 6,290 drawbar horsepower. The Big Boys were the only locomotives
(engines) to have the 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement, combining two sets of eight driving wheels with both a
four-wheel leading truck for stability entering curves and a four-wheel trailing truck to support the large
firebox. The last run of this vintage Steam Locomotive was July 21, 1959.
This Locomotive can be seen at The Steamtown National Historical Site in Scranton Pennsylvania.
American Locomotive Company (ALCO) was formed in 1901 when seven smaller locomotive builders merged with the
Schenectady Locomotive Works (Schenectady, NY) in order to compete against the largest locomotive builder of
the day, the Baldwin Locomotive Works. Over all of its time (prior to merger and after), ALCO produced about
75,000 locomotives with more than 63% of them built in Schnectady, NY. In fact, all of the locomotive
manufacturing (except in Canada) was consolidated in Schnectady by 1931 and continued until 1968.