Pennsylvania RR (PRR) Standard Raiilroad License Plate Frame
Pennsylvania RR (PRR) Keystone License Plate
**Disclaimer - frames are thin, flat metal as is necessary for the printing process - about the thickness of a credit card***
• Ideal for States Where Front & Rear License Plates are Required
• 6.5" x 12.25" - 025 Gauge Aluminum
• Full size License Plate Frame with 4.16" Viewing Area
• Includes 4 Mounting Slots & 1/2" Radius Rounded Corners
• UV Protective Coating to Prevent Fading
• Image is reproduction - final product might differ slightly
- Not ideal for use in automatic car washes due to thinness of the metal
- This is NOT Heavy Duty metal.
"Standard Railroad of the World"
The Pennsylvania Railroad (reporting mark PRR) was an American Class I railroad, founded in 1846. Commonly referred to as the "Pennsy," the PRR was headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The PRR was the largest railroad by traffic and revenue in the U.S. for the first half of the 20th century. Over the years, it acquired, merged with or owned part of at least 800 other rail lines and companies. At the end of 1925, it operated 10,515 miles of rail line; in the 1920s, it carried nearly three times the traffic as other railroads of comparable length, such as the Union Pacific or Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroads. Its only formidable rival was the New York Central (NYC), which carried around three-quarters of PRR's ton-miles.
At one time, the PRR was the largest publicly traded corporation in the world, with a budget larger than that of the U.S. government and a workforce of about 250,000 people. The corporation still holds the record for the longest continuous dividend history: it paid out annual dividends to shareholders for more than 100 consecutive years.