T-shirts & Tops Airbrushed Traction Engine T-shirt Steam tractor in all sizes RRA98AW9

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"Airbrushed Traction Engine T-Shirt
In a choice of sizes and colours from the drop down menu at the top of the page .


This is a unique hand painted Airbrushed T-shirt . It is not printed or silk screened but is individually hand painted with an airbrush. Using a textile paint which is completely permanent. This makes the art work machine washable.


This is a unique design by Gordon T alias CatBat. It is available in a choice of sizes from the drop down menu at the top of the page. Printed Individually by hand to the highest standard using a textile paint which is completely permanent. My original art is created by myself a professional Artist and is exclusive sold by myself . My t-shirts have been sold all over the world for more than 15 years



Benefites of our t-shirts

* Art work machine washable
* Soft to the touch and breathable
* No cracking
* Long lasting



T-shirt information

Fabric - 100% Cotton Belcoro yarn
Weight - 205gm
Top Quality Heavyweight Fruit of the Loom Brand New T-shirt
Guaranteed to perform at 40°C wash
Restyled for an improved fit
One piece cotton/Lycra® neck with shoulder to shoulder taping

A traction engine is a self-propelled steam engine used to move heavy loads on roads, plough ground or to provide power at a chosen location. The name derives from the Latin tractus, meaning 'drawn', since the prime function of any traction engine is to draw a load behind it. They are sometimes called road locomotives to distinguish them from railway locomotives – that is, steam engines that run on rails.

Traction engines tend to be large, robust and powerful, but heavy, slow, and difficult to manoeuvre. Nevertheless, they revolutionized agriculture and road haulage at a time when the only alternative prime mover was the draught horse.

They became popular in industrialised countries from around 1850, when the first self-propelled portable steam engines for agricultural use were developed. Production continued well into the early part of the 20th century, when competition from internal combustion engine–powered tractors saw them fall out of favour, although some continued in commercial use in the UK into the 1950s and later. All types of traction engines have now been superseded, in commercial use. However, several thousand examples have been preserved worldwide, many in working order. Steam fairs are held throughout the year in the UK, and in other countries, where visitors can experience working traction engines at close hand.

Traction engines were cumbersome and ill-suited to crossing soft or heavy ground, so their agricultural use was usually either "on the belt" – powering farm machinery by means of a continuous leather belt driven by the flywheel – or in pairs, dragging an implement on a cable from one side of a field to another. However, where soil conditions permitted, direct hauling of implements ("off the drawbar") was preferred – in the US, this led to the divergent development of the steam tractor.

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