Round shapes, round eyes, friendly face. A timeless design by František Kardaus. The T3 by Tatra has become, without exaggeration, a synonym of the tram that lighten up the streets of major cities - especially in the countries of the CEP.
From 1960 until the second half of the 1990s, more than 14,000 units of this truly iconic tram were made at the Tatra factory in Smíchov, Prague. The number makes the T3 the most produced tram in the world.
Although "Tee Three" is over sixty years old now, it certainly does not belong in a museum and we will certainly continue to meet them; albeit after various reconstructions.
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The standard and most common track gauge are 1435 mm wide. It was established in the 1840s by Gauge Act in the United Kingdom. Because this gauge was originally used by George Stephenson and then widely adopted, you can also see the term „Stephenson’s gauge“ very often.
The track gauge is used in most of Europe, North America, China and other regions. Still, if you were about to travel from Russia to Spain, you would have to change the trains or suspensions twice. It is also worth mentioning, the different gauges were often used on purpose - strategically.
Come on, let’s go! We don’t want to be pushed to a different railway track, right?
T-shirt pleasant to the touch, in which you will feel comfortable thanks to its composition and smooth knit, whether in summer or winter. The T-shirt has a reinforced four-layer neckline and reinforced seams on the shoulders, which ensure that the T-shirt keeps its shape even after multiple washes. T-shirt that must not be missing in any closet of a train enthusiast.
Material: 100% cotton
Weight: 165 g/m2
Colour: beige, white, grey
Front side: Tram print
Back side: Small Locomotif logo print
Locomotif is our own brand we use for all items in this e-store.
We are focused on high-quality materials, original graphic design and durable printing techniques.
Apparel fabric standards: OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100, OSC 100, ILO and other