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  • Tichy USRA signle sheathed Boxcar Decals

    I'm doing a bit of hunting round and planing of my RR equipment for my freelanced Swan Bay Lumber Co RR.

    I plan on a small fleet of Box Cars, Flats and Hoppers from tichy to be lettered for my RR in conjunction with other standard off the shelf lines as well.

    Is there a decal manufacture that produces a sheet for the USRA single sheathed boxcars?
    Owen Pass Lumber Company

    HO Logging Layout in a Shed.

    https://owenpass.blogspot.com/

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    Several I've built came from Tichy with decals. I believe they do their own artwork. I've seen them selling decal sheets at train shows, though I don't think they always have them.
    James

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by jbvb


      Several I've built came from Tichy with decals. I believe they do their own artwork. I've seen them selling decal sheets at train shows, though I don't think they always have them.


      That is excellent. For some reason i didn't think they had them in the bulk packs. I was looking for decals that have the built data ect on and then add my own SBLC marks and Numbers over a masked patch.

      Looks like there might be a few bulk packs in the xmas stocking this year.
      Owen Pass Lumber Company

      HO Logging Layout in a Shed.

      https://owenpass.blogspot.com/

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      • #4
        Adrian,

        Tichy lists some decals separate from their kits on their website.

        Mike
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        • #5
          Arian,

          You can also try Microscale at

          http://www.microscale.com/Merchant2/...ry_Code=BOXCAR

          Or Herold King at

          https://www.tmrdistributing.com/pres...r=manufacturer

          And Clover House has some great dry transfers:

          http://cloverhouse.com/Store/index.php?cPath=64
          Tony Burgess

          Exploring the unknown requires tolerating uncertainty.~ Brian Greene

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          • #6
            And don't forget about Westerfield. They might have what your after.

            http://www.westerfieldmodels.com/132001.html

            Myself, I like Clover House transfers.
            Tony Burgess

            Exploring the unknown requires tolerating uncertainty.~ Brian Greene

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