Hello Gang Well I have taken the time to load all my signs up on my site. They are in 11 ZIP files. There is over 1700 signs. These are not for resell, they are for the ones on the forum that are always looking for some signs. I know that a lot of them you will already have. But maybe there will be at least 1 sign you won't have. I would suggest making a folder on your hard drive to put all the download zipfiles in it. Then unzip them in that folder. That way you won't get them mixed up with yours that you already have. As you go through looking you can delete the ones that you know you have and when done you can move whats left in to your regular sign folder. Then delete the new folder that you made to save space on the Hard drive. It has taken me a couple days to get all these loaded to the site. The ones with SLOW dialup will need to get them when you are at peak speed, most of the time it is late at night. These are not sized to any certain size. You will have to do that as you use them. You can resize them in Microsoft Word also. If any one has questions on how to do that in Word, just ask. Hope you enjoy them. http://www.trainsho.com/Signsdownloads.htm
Vance Thanks for taking the time to upload all your signs to your web site. I have downloaded zip 1and opened it and found some that I didn't all ready have. Will be checking out the rest later. Thanks again for the effort.
Hi Vance or anyone who has downloaded the signs. Since I am using dial-up and the files are large I wonder if they are grouped by type or does each file contain random signs. I am currently looking any sign that deals with products found around the waterfront. ie Evinrude etc.
John Bagley Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.
Hello John I picked out some that could go around the water front. Maybe there will be one or two that you may can use. I made another link for you, The same signs are in the others. http://www.trainsho.com/signswater.htm