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Welcome to the Railroad Paint Shop, at paintshop.railfan.net. This page is designed to be a site where drawings of railroad locomotives, rolling stock, and lineside structures will be available for download for those of you who would like to design custom paint schemes for your own model railroads, or see "what might have been" if your favorite fallen flag had made it into the modern era. These drawings are not necessarily completely to scale. While many do have scales noted, keep in mind that due to the limitations of computer graphics and the fixed width of lines and spaces, that even those marked as scale drawings are not completely exact. The drawings are not intended for modeling purposes, but are provided for use as painting blanks only. Contributions are welcome. If you'd like to contribute new blank drawings to the site, stop by Contributor Registration. In the meantime, enjoy what's here. You can also let me know your thoughts on the site and what equipment you'd like to see added, by signing the Railroad Paint Shop Guestbook and Survey. If you are looking for a variant of a drawing (with/without dynamic brakes, AAR/EMD trucks, etc,) that is already available from the Railroad Paint Shop, please let me know - I will attempt to fill special requests on a case-by-case basis.
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