Give the engineer in your life a classic symbol of railroading - the blue pinstriped engineer's cap. Popular with our own train crews, these hats have also become a best-seller at the museum.
Pinstriped or hickory striped engineer caps have been around for more than a century. More function than fancy, these caps were worn by steam locomotive crews in order to keep the cinders out of their hair. But even after the age of diesels began, the pinstriped engineer cap remained a common fixture on America's railroads.
Adult and youth sizes have an adjustable snap back. Toddler sizes have an elastic band.