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Pamela Clapp

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N-Scale Magazine
« on: June 27, 2019, 03:08:13 PM »
It doesn’t matter if you like Narrow Gauge, Standard Gauge, or Broad Gauge railroads. It doesn’t even matter if you model Australian, South African, European, Canadian or US rails. All of these different aspects of worldwide model railroading have one thing in common. It takes a lot of effort to make them look as “real" as possible. And each different aspect of your hobby (structures, track work, bridges, scenery, rolling stock, etc.) has a different story to tell.
Don't miss the September/October issue of N-Scale Magazine that will feature Dennis Murphy's Part 1 of a 6-part article series on different topics pertaining to coloring and texturing your “Train World. Subscribe to N-Scale Magazine at to follow this article series either in print or digital.
Take a close look at these two ground covers. Real or not, and why do you think what you do? (The one on the left is real and the one on the right is modeled).


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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2019, 05:52:42 PM »
And in the July/August issue I just read the first part of Dennis Machlica's "In pursuit of WOW" rolling stock weathering article (Tom Mann style). That one looks to be a winner too.
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