Rollsigns from Cincinnati, OH
"Queen City Metro"
This mylar rollsign set was retrieved from former Queen
City Metro Flxible 870 #169, seen below with these signs
still installed.

Neither the front rollsign (left) nor the side rollsign (right)
have a print date. Each rollsign has 67 exposures.


These rollsigns were crated
in house by master designer,
the late Ray Gundrum. For
more on him and his work,
click on his picture.  =====>
Retired Queen City Metro Flxible 870 #169, the bus these two
signs came from (still seen installed), as it was discovered in
a yard just outside Dayton, Ohio on May 23, 2011.
This front linen rollsign was
recovered from Cincinnati Transit Co.
1949 built Marmon-Herrington TC48
trolley bus #1427.

The entire sign appears to have had
21 exposures, however the first three
were badly weathered and damaged
beyond recovery (see the photo
below). To preserve the integrity of
the remaining exposures, the three
destroyed exposures were cropped
out, and the beginning blank linen
was reattached to the "X WINTHROW
HIGH SCHOOL" exposure.

The exposures that were cropped
out are:
- "28  4TH & CENTRAL"
- (illegible)
- "28  EASTERN AVE.  CARRELL ST."
Cincinnati Transit Co. 1949 built
Marmon-Herrington TC48 trolley
bus #1427, the bus this front linen
rollsign came from, is seen at a
metal recycler in rural Kentucky,
south of Cincinnati, Ohio on
February 7, 2017.