Whether you are a railroad enthusiast, a history buff, railfan, or just want a stylish cap to protect your head from the elements…. Our Ann Arbor Railroad cap fits the bill! Wearing this hat will transport you back to the locomotive engineer's seat.
Our Ann Arbor Railroad cap comes with a colorful Ann Arbor Railroad embroidered logo patch.
The Ann Arbor Railrod was a Class 1 railroad that operated 300 miles of track from Toledo, Ohio to Frankfort, Michigan with headquarters in Toledo, Ohio. On October 16, 1973, Ann Arbor Railroad declared bankruptcy. The railroad ceased operation as a railroad on April 1, 1976 when Conrail assumed operations that day.
This Ann Arbor Railroad cap is made of 65% Polyester-35% Cotton and has an adjustable plastic strap for one size fits most for a comfortable fit for years of use.
This cap is a great addition to your railroad collection. Collect one or more of these railroad caps of your favorite Railroads.
We have photographs and slides of the Ann Arbor Railroad available for sale in our photo shop.
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