After finding a photo of a lettered, advertising wooden fence along Rideau Street, bordering Anglin's oil, coal and wood operations on the Inner Harbour, I thought I would paint a similar fence on the layout. Though Anglin's lumber and oil operations are both served by CP on the layout, they're separated by the CN line, therefore easy to divide and conquer. We're going to build a fence!
First I painted on the letters in grey, then outlined them in tan, using Central Valley fence kits. I placed them bordering the bulk fuel plant - this is on a secret (and entirely non-prototypical) second track under the River Street bridge. That's the 'Davis tannery' backdrop - actually a photo I took while riding the Union Pearson Express in Toronto! The CN is in foreground:
Pulling back the focus a bit, here's the fence and area shown in other photos, with KIMCO's scrap yard on Rideau Street in foreground:
And a caboose hop coming down the spur past the fence: