NYC SUBWAY LINE Vintage Queens T-Shirt

$50.00

Lynne Lambert, a freelance actor with no previous connection to the MTA, came up with the idea of subway-themed tees some time in 1995, while she was waiting for the 5 train in Brooklyn. She had to pursue the MTA and the New York Transit Museum to get a license, she knocked on doors for months, and then she made it happen—the now famous NYC Subway Line.

This vintage t-shirt does not pay tribute to a particular line, like the ones sold today, but to the borough of Queens and all the trains that passed by its neighborhoods when it was released. We discovered it on a rack in the Lower East Side, during one of our treasure hunts.

MEASUREMENTS
Chest: 42”
Back Length: 29”
Shoulders: 20”
Sleeve Length: 8”

CONDITION
Excellent Secondhand: This piece is in pristine condition.

OTHER INFO
Indicated size: L
Fabric content: 100% cotton

This piece comes with complimentary shipping for all US orders.
No returns accepted unless otherwise agreed upon on a by-case basis.
International shipping available soon.

For international orders and/or any queries about returns, please email contact@references.nyc.

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