Great Decals!TM
Bill Mosteller, 3306 Parkside Terrace, Fairfax, VA 22031
As advertised in Model Railroad NewsModel Railroad Hobbyist, and Railroad Model Craftsman

These decals, the "deRAILcals" line,  were developed and produced by Chip Coburn of After Hours Graphics.
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Send with your check, payable to Bill Mosteller, to the above address.  Thanks!

 
SKU
Prefix*
Description
HO Price
N Price
Quantity
Total
AHG-1
Indiana and Ohio diesels, original, pre-1997 scheme
S-Scale - $7.99, O-scale - $8.25 
Sold Out
Sold Out
AHG-2
Chesapeake and Ohio hood unit diesels
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-4
Norfolk and Western mid-60s cabooses
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-5
Norfolk and Western 3-bay hoppers, 100 ton,
class H-11a through H-11d
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-6
Dow Chemical transition era tank cars
$2.99
n/a
AHG-7
Louisville & Nashville late-60s cabooses
$3.99
n/a
AHG-8
Great Miami diesels and cabooses
O-scale - $14.99 
$11.59
n/a
AHG-9
Transkentucky Transportation RR (TTI) diesels
$11.59
n/a
AHG-10
Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 1
$7.49
$7.49
AHG-11
Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 2
$7.49
$7.49
AHG-12
Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 3
$7.49
$7.49
AHG-13
Chesapeake and Ohio "Summer Spike" decals for
CSX Johnstown Coalporters 
$3.33
$3.33
AHG-14
Pere Marquette stripes and numbers for lightweight passenger cars
$8.99
n/a
AHG-15
Interstate steam engines
$4.99
n/a
AHG-16
Indiana and Ohio diesels, RailTex, post-1997 scheme
n/a
$8.99
AHG-17
CSX GE AC6000CW diesels
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-18
Conrail SD80MAC diesels
$6.59
n/a
AHG-19
Southern Railway "The Tennessean"
complete train decals for 1941 lightweight cars
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-20
Southern Railway "The Southerner"
complete train decals for 1941 lightweight cars
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-21
Southern Railway "The Crescent" decals
for 1949 10-6 lightweight sleeper cars 
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-22
Southern Railway name train decals for 1949 14-4 lightweight sleeper cars
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-23
Chesapeake and Ohio 70 ton, ribbed side hoppers,
class HT, built 1963,
road numbers 151000 through 151999 
$4.99
n/a
AHG-24
Owensboro Grain Edible Oils tank cars,
26531 and 25525 gallon 
$6.59
n/a
AHG-25
Southern Railway green name train observation car decals
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-26
Cincinnati Union Terminal diesels
Sold Out
n/a
AHG-27
Nickel Plate Road lightweight passenger car decals
n/a
Sold Out
AHG-28
Detroit, Toledo and Ironton diesels
$7.99
$7.99
AHG-29
Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals,
Vol. 4 for lightweight cars 
$7.49
$7.49
AHG-30
Chesapeake and Ohio passenger car lettering decals,
1950 - 1971 
Sold Out
Sold Out
AHG-31
Chesapeake and Ohio streamlined Hudson steam locomotives
n/a
$4.99
Subtotal
Virginia customers please include sales tax - 6%
Total

SKU Prefix* - Add scale letter (H, N, S, or O) for full SKU.

#1 - Indiana and Ohio distinctive diesels, original, pre-1997 scheme.  They include the black road name, orange stripes, and white road numbers and stripes.
The Indiana and Ohio Railroad Company operates several non-connecting short-lines in southern Ohio and southeastern Indiana.   Vintage diesels travel former mainline and branch-line track in their distinctive paint scheme.  Prototype photo of GP-9 #62 by Stephen Reeves.
The I & O was featured in Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1983, cover, pp. 62-70, and 104.

#2 - Chesapeake and Ohio hood unit diesels.  They include the road name, C&O doughnut heralds, stripes, and road numbers, all in yellow.

#4 - Norfolk and Western mid-60s cabooses.  They include the road name, N&W "hamburger" heralds, stripes, and road numbers, all in yellow, and end safety stripes in red and yellow.
The decals come in two sheets.  The first sheet has the caboose end safety stripes.  The second sheet has the rest of the artwork, includes four valid canned road numbers, and is available in four variations:

Variation # 1 features road numbers 557724, 557556, 557730, and 557541, and is shown in the decal image.
Variation # 2 features road numbers 557782, 557574, 557790, and 557583.
Variation # 3 features road numbers 557756, 557560, 557721, and 557525.
Variation # 4 features road numbers 557748, 557533, 557716, and 557515.
This decal  is a direct replacement for Model Railroad Services' set MRS 260-04.

#5 - Norfolk and Western 3-bay hoppers, 100 ton, class H-11a through H-11d.  They include the road name, large N&W, N&W "hamburger" heralds, and end and side road number jumbles, dimensional class and capacity data, all in white. These cars were built beginning in the mid-1960s.

#6 - Dow Chemical transition era tank cars.  They include the company name, Dow heralds, six end and side road numbers, dimensional, contents, and capacity data, all in yellow.  Three sets of capacity data, for 8,000, 10,000, and 12,535 gallons, are provided.

#7 - Louisville & Nashville late-60s cabooses.  They include the L&N heralds, and road numbers in maroon outlined in black, safety legends and end road numbers in red, safety first in black, and the round L&N safety first logo in yellow and black.  Four valid canned road numbers and a number jumble are provided.

#8 - Great Miami diesels and cabooses.  They include the road name in white with black strikeover and in gold with red strikeover, road numbers in white and in gold, and gold stripes.  Each set will do one GP-30 or 35, one GP-9, and one caboose, 1994-5 era.
Prototype photo of  # 30 and # 35 by Michael Biehn
The Great Miami Railroad handles the switching duties for Champion Paper in Hamilton, OH.  The Great Miami and Scioto operates on former C&O, B&O, and DT&I tracks in and around Jackson, OH, including a portion of the former B&O Ohio division.

#9 - Transkentucky Transportation RR (TTI) diesels.  They include TTI heralds (with rail to river slogan where appropriate) and road numbers in silver, blue, and yellow.  Additional road numbers are in white.  Each set will decal up to four locomotives, 1981-95 era. 
TTIS 250 Transkentucky Transportation Railroad GE U28B at Maysville, Kentucky by Pete Greischar.
TTI, now a CSX subsidiary, transfers loaded hoppers from CSX at Paris,  KY, to a barge loading facility on the Ohio River at Maysville.  Hills, helpers, hoppers, and growling U-boats make for an interesting run through the Kentucky countryside.

#10 - Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol 1. Contains many copies of the word "Pullman", car names and numbers for C&O 10-6 sleepers 2601 through 2630, in "C&O Enchantment Blue"  This set will letter up to eight cars, and does not contain names or numbers previously released by other manufacturers.

Car numbers and names include:
10-6 Sleepers 2601 - 2630
2601 - City of Ronceverte
2603 - City of Mount Hope
2605 - Old Point Comfort
2607 - City of Pikeville
2608 - City of Williamsburg
2610 - Yorktowne
2611 - City of Richmond
2612 - City of Waynesboro
2614 - Virginia Hot Springs
2621 - City of St. Albans
2626 - Town of Thurmond
2629 - City of Maysville
2630 - City of Newport


#11 - Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 2.  Includes many copies of the word "Pullman", car names and numbers for C&O 10-6 sleepers 2631 through 2655, in "C&O Enchantment Blue."  This set will letter up to six cars, and does not contain names or numbers previously released by other manufacturers.

Car numbers and names include:
10-6 Sleepers 2631 - 2655
2631 - City of Covington
2633 - City of Alderson
2635 - Town of Prince
2636 - City of Grand Rapids
2637 - City of Hampton
2638 - City of Clifton Forge
2639 - City of Logan
2640 - City of Beckley
2642 - Traverse City
2645 - City of Fostoria
2655 - City of Holland
2655 - City of Winchester
2655 - City of Petroskey


#12 - Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 3.  Includes many copies of the word "Pullman", car names and numbers for C&O 11 bedroom sleepers 2800 - 2801, buffet/lounge/observations 2500 - 2506, and parlor cars 1800 - 1802, in "C&O Enchantment Blue."  This set will letter up to nine cars, and does not contain names or numbers previously released by other manufacturers.

Car numbers and names include:
(11 Bedroom Sleepers 2800-2801)
2800 - Homestead
2801 - Monticello
Buffet/Lounge/Observation
2500 - Blue Ridge Club
2503 - Allegheny Club
2504 - New River Club
2506 - Bluegrass Club
Parlor Cars
1800 - Torch Lake
1801 - Burt Lake
1803 - Charlevoix Lake


#13 - Chesapeake and Ohio "Summer Spike" decals for CSX Johnstown Coalporters.  Includes light blue background, orange spike, and yellow C&O Business Unit "doughnut" herald.
Note: Does not contain hopper car lettering or numbers.

#14 - Pere Marquette stripes and numbers for lightweight passenger cars.  The set includes accurate striping, numbers and appropriate lettering, in "C&O Enchantment Blue," for cars from the 1948 "Pere Marquette."  This set includes pre-grouped numbers, baggage/express car lettering, and blue on yellow drumhead decals for the cars released during 1996-7 by NKP Car Company.  Each set includes enough striping and lettering details to finish any two cars in the train.  This set does not include the Pere Marquette road name, as this detail is etched into the car side.

#15 - Interstate steam engines.  They include the road name, in a railroad roman and a stymie font, and three sizes of road numbers, all in dulux gold.  The set will letter up to two locomotives.

#16 - Decals for distinctive Indiana and Ohio diesels, RailTex, post-1997 scheme.  They include orange and white stripes, black and white Operation Lifesaver logo, and white road name, reporting marks, road numbers and stripes.
The Indiana and Ohio Railroad Company operates several non-connecting short-lines in southern Ohio and southeastern Indiana.   Vintage diesels travel former mainline and branch-line track in their distinctive paint scheme.  Prototype photo of GP-40 #6793 by Jack Smith.
The I & O was featured in Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1983, cover, pp. 62-70, and 104.

#17 - CSX GE AC6000CW diesels.  The set includes large yellow CSX heralds outlined in blue, smaller CSX heralds in blue, road numbers 600 - 602 and "The Spirit of Maryland" slogan in yellow.  The set will decal two locomotives.

#18 - Conrail SD80MAC diesels.  The set includes large white "Conrail Quality" heralds, smaller "Conrail Quality" slogans and five valid road numbers and a number jumble in blue, Radial AC SD80MAC slogan/herald in red.  The set will decal two locomotives. Prototype photo of Conrail SD80MAC #4100.

#19 - Southern Railway "The Tennessean" complete train decals for 1941 lightweight cars. Contains nine pairs of "Southern" road name, twenty six pairs of city car names and road numbers, all in black.  This set will letter a complete nine car train.

Car numbers and names include:
703 - Cleveland
704 - Johnson City
705 - Bedford
903 - Pulaski
904 - Loudon
905 - Morristown
806 - Huntsville
807 - Buntyn
808 - Sheffield
809 - Radford
810 - Bristol
811 - Sweetwater
812 - Charlottesville
813 - Lynchburg
814 - Roanoke
3303 - Chattanooga
3304 - Alexandria
1150 - Washington
1151 - Knoxville
1152 - Memphis
1700 - Corinth
1701 - Grand Junction
1725 - Lenoir City
1726 - Athens
1750 - Decatur
1751 - Greenville


#20 - Southern Railway "The Southerner" complete train decals for 1941 lightweight cars.  Contains seven pairs of "Southern" road names, one pair of "Pennsylvania" road names, thirteen pairs of state car names and road numbers, all in black.  This set will letter a complete seven car train.

Car numbers and names include:
700- Mississippi
701 - District of Columbia
702 - Delaware
900 - South Carolina
800 - North Carolina
801 - Maryland
802 - Alabama
805 - Georgia
4030 - New York
4031 - New Jersey
4032 - Pennsylvania
3300 - Virginia
1100 - Louisiana


#21 - Southern Railway "The Crescent" decals for 1949 10-6 lightweight sleeper cars.  Contains four pairs of "Southern" road names, two pairs of "Pennsylvania" road names, one pair each of "Western Railroad of Alabama," "Louisville & Nashville," and "Atlanta & West Point" road names, forty four pairs of river car names and road numbers, and thirty six copies of the word "Pullman," all in black.  This set will letter a nine car sleeper train.

#22 - Southern Railway name train decals for 1949 14-4 lightweight sleeper cars, five double bedroom buffet lounge observation, one master two double bedroom buffet lounge, dining and head end cars from "The Crescent," "The Royal Palm," and "The Tennesean."  Contains four pairs of "Southern" road name, two pairs of "Louisville & Nashville" road name, one pair each of "New York Central," "Western Railway of Alabama," and "Atlanta & West Point" road names, eleven pairs of valley, seven pairs of royal, and four pairs of crescent car names and thirty six copies of the word "Pullman," all in black.  This set will letter a nine car sleeper train.

#23 - Chesapeake and Ohio 70 ton, ribbed side hoppers, class HT, built 1963, road numbers 151000 through 151999.  They include the C&O "doughnut" heralds, end and side road numbers and jumbles, dimensional and capacity data, all in white.  The set will letter two cars.

#24 - Owensboro Grain Edible Oils tank cars, 26531 and 25525 gallon.  They include the yellow and white OG heralds for 545000 and 546000 series cars, end and side road numbers and jumble, consolidated lube plates, contents, safety, and capacity data, all in white.  The set will letter two cars.

#25 - Southern Railway green name train observation car decals.  Named trains are "The Crescent," "The Southerner," "The Tennessean," and "The Royal Palm".  The train name is printed in white on a green background. This set will logo four observation cars.

#26 - Cincinnati Union Terminal diesels.  They include round red and white CUT heralds in two sizes, the art deco road name in two sizes, stripes, zebra stripes, and circled road numbers, all in white.  The set will letter two locomotives, one SW-8 and one Lima-Hamilton.  Click here for prototype images.

#27 - Nickel Plate Road lightweight passenger car decals, in dulux gold, silver, and blue.  The sheet includes road numbers, sixteen "city" car names, special car designations, and six pair of regular "Nickel Plate Road" road names, four silver, one dulux gold.  Thus each sheet does up to five cars.

While this set is out of stock, I've just discovered that Microscale now has such a set, Nickel Plate Road (NKP) Heavyweight & Streamlined Passenger Cars -- Stock# 60-1435 for N-scale,87-1435 for HO-scale.

Car numbers and names include:
150 - City of Cleveland
151 - City of Chicago
18 Roomette
215 - City of St. Mary's
216 - City of Coldwater
10 Roomette 6 DblBdr
203 - City of Indianapolis
200 - City of Buffalo
208 - City of KoKomo
211 - City of Lima
212 - City of Fort Wayne
205 - City of Erie
204 - City of Painesville
207 - City of Peoria
210 - City of Findlay
201 - City of St. Louis
206 - City of Toledo
202 - City of Lorain
209 - City of Muncie


#28 - Detroit, Toledo and Ironton diesels. They include large DTI heralds in red, white, and black, road numbers in black, road smaller numbers in white, GP-9 plates in silver on black, and detail lettering in black and red. An experimental scheme, it was only applied to a few units.   Prototype photo of #228 by Doug Kroll.

#29 - Chesapeake and Ohio Pullman car name decals, Vol. 4 for lightweight cars.  Includes many copies of the word "Pullman", a sampling of twenty five "city" car names and numbers for C&O, in "C&O Enchantment Blue."  This set will letter at least ten cars.

Car numbers and names include:
(11 Bedroom Sleepers 2802 - 2803)
2802 - Natural Bridge
2803 - Mount Vernon
2804 - Greenbrier
(Parlor Car)
1803 - Elk Lake
(Twin Unit Diners)
1973 - Gadsby Tavern
1950 - Gadsby Kitchen
(10-6 Sleepers)
2600 - City of Alexandria
2602 - City of Montgomery
2604 - City of Charlottesville
2606 - City of Newport News
2609 - White Sulphur Springs
2613 - City of Staunton
2622 - City of Huntington
2623 - City of Marion
2624 - City of Ashland
2625 - City of Lexington
2627 - City of Frankfort
2628 - City of Lynchburg
2632 - City of Portsmouth
2634 - City of Hinton
2641 - City of Charleston
2643 - City of Muskegon
2644 - Bay City
2646 - City of Phoebus


#30 - Chesapeake and Ohio passenger car lettering decals, 1950 - 1971.  Contains five pairs of road names, various car numbers and head-end car designations, all in "C&O Enchantment Blue," and five pairs of C&O "doughnut" heralds in yellow.  This set will letter up to five cars.  The N-scale set also includes yellow car-side stripes.

N-scale Note: We had sold out of the yellow stripes but still had a few of the lettering sheets. Mike Caum of Northern Central Supply came to the rescue with Champ set S-79, which has correct size yellow stripes. Future shipments of this set will include an S-79 yellow stripe sheet, and the decal image has been revised to reflect this change.

#31 - Chesapeake and Ohio streamlined Hudson steam locomotives.  They include the road name, various C&O doughnut heralds, stripes, and road numbers in four sizes, some reverse image, all in "C&O Enchantment Blue."

These decals were developed for an etched stainless steel conversion kit that was made by NKP Car Company and sold through the Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society.  NKP Car no longer makes any N scale products.  (My thanks to Brian Fedoroff for this information.)
 


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