Fairfax Station Font

by Nick's Fonts

Updated
1900S

2 font family styles

Regular Style

FairfaxStation
truetype 177 glyphs 394 characters

Fairfax Station NF Style

Fairfax Station NF
truetype 214 glyphs 222 characters
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    About Fairfax Station Font

    The first in a series of “Storybook Fonts,” patterned after typefaces commonly used in children’s books around the turn of the twentieth century. This font gets its letterforms from Caslon Openface, but the incising has been eliminated, the stroke broadened and the serifs rounded; it gets its name from a city in Northern Virginia, for no reason other than the name highlights some of the font’s characteristic charm so well.

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