This report lists decals that are available or in the works. Click photos to visit the web sites.
Ed Sauers announces that he has the following decal sets available:
- B&O GP30/GP35 Sunburst decal sets: $15 per set plus $6 for 1st class shipping in a padded envelope.
- B&O RDC decals.
- Western Maryland ALCO RS2/3 Fireball decal sets. Click to send an e-mail.
NetzlofDesign is releasing, via CMR Products, the S-scale version of the Central New Jersey Locomotive Green Yellow Decals set, which includes logos, lettering, patches, and labels to model one Central New Jersey Lines locomotive. Decal sets are printed on demand.
Tichy has updated their catalog of decals. You can download a PDF file from their web site to see their large collection.
Ed Sauers is considering having B&O GP30 Sunburst decals produced, if there is enough interest. Click to send an e-mail.
These are car-end decals, set #WSM-57. Decals with the distinctive New York Central Budd car safety striping, in black, white, and red, in S-scale are available from Bill Mosteller, Great Decals!, 3306 Parkside Terrace, Fairfax, VA 22031. The sets cost $17.49, and include NYC road names and numbers. Each set does one Rail Diesel Car. PayPal accepted. Dealer's inquires welcome. The New York Central's Budd RDCs were delivered without the distinctive safety striping. After car M-498 was destroyed in a grade crossing accident in 1960, the railroad applied the zebra end striping to improve the cars' visibility. Additionally, Penn Central applied these stripes to post-merger New Haven Budd cars. This decal is in memory of Walt Danylak of Syracuse, NY.
Bill Mosteller, owner of Great Decals!, announces decals for Erie diesel hood units and switchers from the 1945 through 1969 period. The part number is #64-876 for the S-scale version. The decals are $6.95 each, plus $2.00 shipping. Each set provides road names, road numbers in yellow and white and differing fonts, yellow stripes, and heralds, and two styles of nose heralds (short and long). The artwork is Microscale's #876, re-sized for S-scale and produced by them for the late Douglas Miller. Click to send an e-mail.
Ed Sauers is considering having a set of B&O decals produced for early-generation road switchers (GP7, GP9, SD7, SD9, and F-M and Baldwin engines). The set would contain the "Baltimore and Ohio" text, plus the striping for the hood and frame, class data, and any numbers required. Ed would attempt to keep the pricing as low as possible. Click to send an e-mail.