Two weeks ago, Jérôme decided it was tiem to identify each drawer of our rolling stock cabinet. Finding a type font wasn't as easy as one-two-three and he decided to look at this problem differently.
At least, it was decided each drawer would be attributed to a specific customer: Ciment St-Laurent, Dominion Textile and Donohue.
Jérôme's idea is quite simple and works quite well while looking as good. He merged a silhouette of a rail car with the customer's logo in color. These identification cards were printed on heavy paper and inserted on the metal holders when recently installed.
In the case of Ciment St-Laurent, the plant require the use of two drawers. One is for covered cement hoppers while the other one is for open hoppers of coal and gypsum. One identification card show an open hopper, the other one a covered hopper.
As you can see, we need to find a logo for the last two unassigned drawers. They mainly store cars bound to the team track in Clermont.