A PokitPal for the railroading and train enthusiast. The first
PokitPal in our Transportation Category is the "B.O. 61" Train Engine
and Coal Tender. It was in Hoboken,
NJ in 1826 when John Stevens
built the first steam engine. Stevens is noted as the "father" of the
American railroad industry. Our PokitPal "B.O. 61" carries small
pills and/or toothpicks, measures 3 9/16" long and replicates a steam
engine from the mid-1800 period. Definitely a unique and useful gift for a real
railroader or modeler. "B.O" are the initials of Bob Olszewski the
designer and the 61 is the age he was when he began creating PokitPals.
The B&O Railroad PokitPal from the Transportation category is one of the ten original Olszewski PokitPals that were produced in 2007. Olszewski's PokitPals all measure no more than 4 inches in length and can fit into your purse or pocket. Read more about the Olszewski PokitPal phenomenon that has taken Disney collectors by storm by clicking here
which will take you to the Artist's website and see all the images of the PokitPals Olszewski has produced to date.