Whether you are a railroad enthusiast, a history buff, railfan, or just want a stylish cap to protect your head from the elements…. Our Pere Marquette Railway cap fits the bill! Wearing this hat will transport you to the Pere Marquette's locomotive engineers seat.
This Pere Marquette Railway cap comes with a colorful Pere Marquette Railway embroidered logo patch.
The Pere Marquette Railway operated in the Great Lakes region of the United States and Ontario, Canada. The company was named after Pe're (French for father) Jacques Marquette S.J., a french Jesuit missionary who founded the first European settlement in Michigan, Sault Ste. Marie. The Pere Marquette Railway merged into the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway on June 6, 1947.
This black Pere Marquette Railway 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.
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