A Railroad with Relevance

LK&O Gets a Logo!

Written By: Alan - Jan• 19•16

It’s about time, right? Actually, I haven’t needed a logo so far. Nothing on the railroad itself is branded LK&O. The name won’t appear on any locomotives, rolling stock, or station houses. It is merely a simple way to refer to the whole of my cherry-picked AC&Y, GT, and WM railroad amalgamation.

Well, the situation has changed. Work has begun on the fascia panel design (more on that in the next post) so the time for a logo has arrived. After all, there has to be something in the room that identifies the railroad as the LK&O! Might as well be the fascia control panels. Without further ado I present the new LK&O Railroad logo.

Tell me what you think. Is it a keeper?



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  1. David Oyler says:

    Well done, sir! I believe it is befitting the overall exemplary work of your rail kingdom. I vote keeper.

  2. Clark Cone says:

    I vote “Indeed”!

  3. Adrian Marti says:

    Go for it; Its a keeper

  4. alan says:

    The ayes have it. It’s a keeper!

  5. Rob Dove says:

    Looks really good Alan

  6. Clark Cone says:

    Hi Alan – the more I look at your logo, the more I wonder if the white part of the “L” should be a rail cross section…really enjoying watching the LK&O develop. Regards.

  7. alan says:

    Great minds think alike Clark! I actually started out with the white part shaped like rail. The railhead part just didn’t look right inside the L no matter what I did with it.

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