lettering for CP’s wood refrigerator cars - 1952 lettering scheme
The Canadian Pacic had numerous refrigerator cars. This particular series, 288000-288499 of 500 cars, built June of 1928, and 288500-
288999 of 500 cars built in June of 1930. Many remained in revenue service through the 1950’s. These cars had divided-basket ice bunkers
and were equiped primarily for hanging beef. A number of them were also were equipped with charcoal heaters to keep its contents from
freezing during winter months.
Paint & Lettering: Cars were painted with Canadian Pacic’s burgandy-red sides, ends, roof and underframe including truck side frames.
Lettering all white stencil paste.
Decal set designed and created at Protocraft Decals
Background color shown above is not included in decal sheet