Decal needs

Discussion in 'General' started by timothy_cannon, Jun 20, 2019.

  1. timothy_cannon

    timothy_cannon Member Supporter

    IF I were to start making a few ALPs decals again what needs might there be in each scale in any road but mainly Frisco? I've already started an HO scale QA&P project which led me to the urge to make more. I know there are many O scale needs. My next project will be O scale Frisco O/W diesel decals and O scale Frisco standard passenger car bronze gold and Dulux gold decals. Another project will be in all scales. It will be for Frisco steam and include the proper numeral eight (8) used on Frisco tenders. I've been working on that for a while in a font creating program. Although the ALPs printed decals are not the quality of Micro Scale they do present an alternative and more choices. Tell me what y'all think.
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  2. Joe Lovett

    Joe Lovett Member

    I would be interested in heavyweight passenger car decals for N scale.

  3. JZesch

    JZesch Member

    How about decals for the Frisco Firefly in N scale. I am talking about the "Frisco Lines" and number for the tender in the red diamond. Also, I will second the heavyweight passenger cars in N scale.
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  4. magistrate

    magistrate Member

    I would love to have some O Scale passenger car decals in gold and dulux.

  5. rjthomas909

    rjthomas909 Member Supporter

    I would like to see sets along these lines. Maybe Westerfield still has them? Jim?



    -Bob T.
  6. Jim James

    Jim James Staff Member Staff Member

    I’ve used Westerfield’s wood gondola decals for boxcar billboard lettering. They sell the decals for fairly cheap, or they did several years ago.
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  7. palallin

    palallin Member

    I will be in for several O scale sets.
  8. rjthomas909

    rjthomas909 Member Supporter

    How about something like this?


    Does anyone make a "Frisco System" herald like this?
  9. That’s a neat pic Bob!
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