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    German track-side signs to print out

    Claudio Botello (EMail: claudio_botello@hotmail.com) has created 3 pages of German track-side signs to be printed out on a colour laser printer (preferably) or a good quality ink-jet printer. He has given his permission for them to be made available on this web site.

    • The accuracy of the signs is within +/- 0.1mm when printed on a standard laser printer.
    • The signs can be edited if necessary using the Word Tools in MS Word97. Please note that these signs are not viewable or editable in MS Word95 or earlier versions.
    Here are some screen snap-shots of the work he has done:

    Do not try printing this page as they will not come out the right size, instead, select here to download the MS Word97 document containing the German track-side signs, or here to download the catenary signs (also Word97 format).


    [ last updated 31st Dec 2003 ]