In 1869, the transcontinental railroad,  the main transportation artery of America was completed.  It was strongly desired by the people and became indispensable  to the development of America from the moment when the Golden Spike was driven.  The dynamic pulse of establishment was supported by nameless workers behind the scenes.  “Neal Cassady Railroad” is a brand of railroad clothing respecting for the nomadic workers.  Daredevil breakmen rushed over the roofs of running trains and turned on the brake,  and tough locomotive firemen kept putting coal into red-hot boilers without any rest.  The soot-covered leather jackets and work shirts,  which traveled around the railroads expanding all over the U.S.  with them, were the best clothing of the men.