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Straight Outta Baldwin
  • Straight Outta Baldwin

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    Baldwin Locomotive Works, a powerhouse in American rail innovation, steamed through a century of locomotive mastery from 1825 to 1951. Originally chugging along in Philadelphia, it later shifted gears to Eddystone in the 20th century. Once the globe's locomotive juggernaut, Baldwin hit a hiccup when diesel engines stole the spotlight. The final whistle blew in 1951 after crafting over 70,000 locomotives, leading to a merger with Lima-Hamilton on September 11, 1951, birthing the Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation. Not just a locomotive maestro, Baldwin played a pivotal role in World War I, crafting 5,551 locomotives for the Allies, tailored for Russian, French, British, and U.S. trench railways. As war rumbled on, Baldwin also manufactured railway gun carriages for the U.S. Navy and churned out a staggering 6,565,355 artillery shells for Russia, Great Britain, and the United States. We no doubt believe though, the best thing to come out of Baldwin - was our lovely 982. We may be a little bias -

    All aboard the Baldwin legacy!


    All proceeds go directly to the operation of the Texas Railway Preservation Association  - and for every $25.00 spent, $1.00 is donated to a local charity or drive in the Houston area! 

    .: Made with medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)) consisting of 100% cotton for year-round comfort that is sustainable and highly durable.
    .: The classic fit of this shirt ensures a comfy, relaxed wear while the crew neckline adds that neat, timeless look that can blend into any occasion, casual or semi-formal.
    .: The tear-away label means a scratch-free experience with no irritation or discomfort whatsoever.
    .: Made using 100% US cotton that is ethically grown and harvested. Gildan is also a proud member of the US Cotton Trust Protocol ensuring ethical and sustainable means of production. This blank tee is certified by Oeko-Tex for safety and quality assurance.