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Souvenir Postcards, Hats & T-shirts 

DOVER HARBOR Hat - An all black  baseball cap with a with gold lettering. The heavy weight Pullman "Travel and Sleep in Pullman Safety and Comfort" emblem appears on the face of the hat with "DOVER HARBOR" directly below it.

Pullman Company Pin - A classic reproduction logo pin of the heavyweight "Travel and Sleep in Pullman Safety and Comort."

DOVER HARBOR T-shirt - A cotton black colored T-shirt with the gold Pullman logo and he words DOVER HARBOR appearing below it across the chest. Men's sizes available are medium, large, x-large, and xx-large.

Striped Engineer's Cap - Classic railroad engineer's striped cap (not specific to the DOVER HARBOR).

Red Engineer's Bandanna - Classic railroad engineer's red bandanna square (not specific to the DOVER HARBOR).

Ordering Instructions/Information

To purchase any of the items listed above, print, complete and mail the order form along with payment. 

 

 

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This page was last updated on January 03, 2014