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For over 75 years we have created a vast line of waterslide decals covering both Railroad & Aircraft. Each month we add new and exciting decals to our extensive line-up for you to enjoy. Take a look below at some of our new decal sheets and aircraft sheets.

Check out our New Releases in Aircraft

We are actively creating new releases in our aircraft line and we are please to release this great decal set. This is packed with icons for the P-51B and P-51D's;
  • Big Beautiful Doll
  • Nooky Booky IV
  • Passion Wagon

 

Commonwealth Edison High Side Thrall Gondolas (CWEX) & Yankeetown Docks (YTD)

Thrall Car Manufacturing Company was established around 1917 and build several types of freight cars. Their rotary gons held a significant market share in the 1970s. In 2001 they merged with rival Trinity Rail Group, Inc.
 


Commonwealth Edison owned several coal-fired power plants in the Chicago area. Their reporting marks CWEX were found on thousands of hoppers and gons. These gondolas have a capacity of 4,358 cu. Ft. and 100-tons. C.E. was bought by Midwest Generation, which inherited the CWEX code.

Yankeetown Dock operated a small run of trackage in Indiana from Booneville to Yankeetown on the Ohio River. Most of the traffic was for coal from Peabody's Lynnville Mine which was then loaded onto barges at Yankeetown. 94 Thrall gondolas, YDC 420-513, were used to haul the coal. Later the reporting marks were changed to YDCX.

 

Pullman Standard Hoppers (Pullman) Data Sheets in White and Black

The Pullman Palace Car Company, founded by George Pullman, manufactured railroad cars in the mid-to-late 19th century through the early decades of the 20th century, during the boom of railroads in the United States. Its workers initially lived in a planned worker community (or "company town") named Pullman. Pullman developed the sleeping car which carried his name into the 1980s. Pullman did not just manufacture the cars: He also operated them on most of the railroads in the United States, paying railroad companies to couple the cars to trains. The labor union associated with the company, the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, which was founded and organized by A. Philip Randolph, was one of the most powerful African-American political entities of the 20th century. The company also built thousands of streetcars and trolley buses for use in cities.
Also available in O Scale 48-5037 or 48-5038

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