Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>
Ray Breyer wrote:
"Mostly". Jerry will have to reduce the size of the reporting marks to match the number's size, and add lines above and below. At that point the decal set will be good for the 1930s through the 1960s. (adding and/or deleting specific items as necessary).Ray makes a good point for railroads besides IC. Before WW II it was common to use 7-inch characters for both initials and car numbers, but after the war (I don't have the date handy) the AAR recommended 9-inch initials with the 7-inch numbers, and many roads complied. If someone can supply the date easily, that might be useful for all of us to know.
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