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That's a pretty amazing collection! Thanks! What media is everyone printing to? Someone mentioned a dry-transfer media. Is this a 3M product? Where to buy?
 

montanan

Whiskey Merchant
I have downloaded quite a few of the signs and now have the places to start putting them on the layout. There are so many good on here.
 

MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
I also have a file of mine that has about 6000 Old vintage ads in it


there was an extra letter sorry
 
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MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
rlundy90 thanks for the offer but I went on his fb site and downloaded his albums took all of maybe a minute have all of them now even the building backgrounds
 

MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
It's kind of tricky to set up and do but I can put all of them in either a rar file or zip file and upload it if any one wants them
 
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Olie

Active Member
It's kind of tricky to set up and do but I can put all of them in either a rar file or zip file and upload it if any one wants them
That would be awesome. I'm trying to get them all as well and once I do I can post them too.
 

Olie

Active Member
I was able to figure out how to download all of his facebook albums. There's 4538 different pictures in all. Some are of layouts and train shows but the majority are the signs and buildings. It's over 500mb. I'm wondering if it's the same as the ones you have MikeGTW?
https://workupload.com/file/vYN4CEc
 
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MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
Olie not the same my bad I did not look at "all folders" so you got all of them that's one hugh amount of picts
Just wondering how do you view them after you download them I use a program called xnvew its free and does a lot more then just viewing
it's here if you want to take a look I've used it for years https://www.xnview.com/en/
 

MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
I have a bunch of other folders with images vintage ads vintage postcards vintage posters vintage ww 2 posters so if any interest let me know and will post links
so far 10 downloads on that 6000 vintage
 
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Olie

Active Member
Olie not the same my bad I did not look at "all folders" so you got all of them that's one hugh amount of picts
Just wondering how do you view them after you download them I use a program called xnvew its free and does a lot more then just viewing
it's here if you want to take a look I've used it for years https://www.xnview.com/en/
I have a bunch of other folders with images vintage ads vintage postcards vintage posters vintage ww 2 posters so if any interest let me know and will post links
so far 10 downloads on that 6000 vintage
I will check out that software. I'd be interested in the pics you have, love the WWII ones.
 

MikeGTW

Signalman, ESQ
Bob I went ahead and got all the images just like Olie did my file is smaller then his I took out images that were not train related might save you some time instead of one at a time from chumbucket
 
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