WS Railway & Electric Co.
At the turn of the 20th Century, Winston-Salem began to emerge as an industrial center, prompting city officials to seek modern transportation options for travel and commerce. The streetcar system was born to meet that need.
Under the leadership of Henry Fries, nearly 10 miles of railway were set up throughout the area and a fleet of electric streetcars made the rounds to local destinations of the time.
Once city buses rolled into production in the 1930s, the trolleys were retired and became a relic of Winston's history, but the nostalgia has never faded.
Limited Time: Free commemorative gold fare token with the purchase of this shirt.
- Unisex Cotton/Poly Blend (52/48)
- Vintage soft ink
- Domestically Sourced
- Flip inside out, wash cold and hang dry
If you have any doubts, we recommend choosing the next size up.