CDS Lettering Ltd.
Check out our latest list of over 800 dry transfer sets in N, HO, S and O in theá CDS Summer 2005 Listing.
Large scale (G) sets are also available in most of our dry transfer sets.
CDS started in 1968. It was developed because of the difficulty with early 1950s technology -- the wet decals used at the time were thick, and did not have very flexible carrier films. Many Canadian road names were not available for specific applications on unique Canadian cars, e.g., ore cars, eight-hatch reefers, slab-side hoppers. As well, the Canadian heralds were incorrectly applied on some of the available commercial models. The CDS line was developed by Tom Hood in partnership with Allan Craig (Craig Drafting Services - CDS), using commercially available dry transfer technology.
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