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    Hi
    Dose anyone have any ideal what the fonts is for the Oneida & Western railroad or where i might be able to fine them
    Thanks
    REvans

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    Could you post a link or picture so we can see?

    The font maybe something that's already installed, besides, people such as I worked in the printing industry, and in particularly myself as a typesetter.

    But... without knowing what the font is, we can't help.
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    On the cab its the ow


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    You can just paint that, you do not need the font.

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    You could paint this, or if you really want to typeset this, it's Eurostyle Black.

    The font is available at dafont.com and fonts.com.

    I doubt it is free. In 1988 the font cost me $950 for regular and bold.
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    thanks for all the help

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    If you use as a parameter "Eurostile Black free font" in your favorite search engine, you may come up with one or more internet sites which claims to have a free distribution of the font. Alternatively, depending upon your preference for a word processor, check your distribution disk; it may be that the font is among those included with the installation package.

    Also, depending upon how close is close enough, there are a couple of sites on line where you can provide an image of some of the constituent letters of the font, and get a list of fonts with characters very similar to those you provided, even if the entire font is not exact.

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