Scenery

Scenery and related techniques.

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Recent Comments

  1. allegheny1600
    Such a beauty!
  2. RailMix
    This photo shows one of the real advantages of N scale- the ability to build large scenery and bridges in a reasonable space. Also nicely composed photo.
  3. badlandnp
    Now that right there is FUN!
  4. bostonjim
    I like the wrought iron ones. They might look good on the Grove kit.
  5. CedarCreek
    Jaw on the floor... :notworthy:

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