- If you have Corel Draw software one option for decals is at:
--- In email@example.com, "proverbs30789" <proverbs30789@...> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am excited about "Z" coming from working in "N" for a few years. You will have to forgive my questions because I am fairly new to Z scale. I was wondering if anyone knows where I could find decals for GN, NP, MILW, SP&S or BN? I cannot seem to find anyone that makes them. Do I have to use N scale? I do not have a printer with sharp enough printing to make my own.
> I have to admit that I have become a little disappointed in my search for realistic Z scale products because I am finding that there are huge gaps in what is provided by current manufactuers. I have found many good models and products out there and I am sure that more are in the works. I have seen quite a few items that I like (using card stock is out of the question for me). That is bothering me is that if I was going to model the Alps I would be set but trying to create a prototypical Midwestern railroad layout is becoming more and more of a challenge. There is very little variety in small town buildings let alone big city multi-storied ones. Sorry, just venting my frustration. I guess it is back to scratchbuilding for me.
> PS. Anyone know where I could find ore cars in Z scale?
- Ed, I'm going to the show in Bluefield,WVa/Va. Nov.7 & 8. Not gonna show my layout, didn't know I would have dependable transportation to get there. Maybe next year. I showed it at the 2010 show. Last time I had dependable transportation. Lee Barry
From: "Edward Scullin sculline@... [z_scale]" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 9:30 PM
Subject: [Z_Scale] Decals
Does any body know of someone who makes and sells Norfolk Southern or Norfolk Western decals in Z scale?Ed ScullinRoanoke VA