Texas State Railroad Bears
Our bears are lovingly crafted by hand by Judy in western South Carolina, and appropriately clothed in the uniform of their occupation. Each bear is a collectible item and distinctively numbered. Engineers and Conductors are currently offered.
Introducing the TSR Conductor Bear
 
The conductor is in charge of the train, and his dress is appropriate to the responsibility of that position; black jacket, trousers and vest, white shirt and bow tie in the livery of the TSR. If desired, the conductor can be provided with his name on a “pin” on his vest
His hat is suitably adorned with ‘gold’ trimmings, and he has two other features that are associated with his position in the railroad! 
 
Fully extended, the conductor is about 20 ¼” in length, 12” wide with arms at his side. Clothed, his waist is 20”, and he weighs almost 30 oz.
 
                    Minimum Contribution ………………………………………………. $ 110
                    Postage and packing (ground)………………………………………… $  15
Texas State
Railroad Badge
This is a close reproduction of the badge worn by staff of the Texas State Railroad, when operated as a heritage railroad by the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife.
The pin is 3/4 inches in diameter, brass, with butterfly clutch.
                     Minimum Contribution ………………………………………………. $ 5
                     Postage and packing (ground)………………………………………… $ 2

GIFT SHOP

Here, we have a small number of collectible items to offer in return for donations to support our mission.
They are unique to the Texas State Railroad Society.
Our range of gifts will expand with time as our activities increase. 
Introducing the TSRR Engineer Bear

 

The engineer wears traditional overalls and cap made of the striped fabric that is associated with the age of steam railroading. The overalls are customized for the TSRR. Each bear can be identified a first name and favorite locomotive sewn onto the cap. In our illustration, we include a variation for the lady engineers who grace today's railroads.
 
Complete with cap, the engineer bear is about 19 ½” long, 12” wide with his arms at his side and has a  19” waist.  He weighs 25 oz
 
                 Minimum Donation  ……………………………………………………. $ 60
                 Postage and packing (ground)  …………………………………………. $ 15