Weathering model trains
Even pristine layouts can benefit from properly applied weathering, but there are many who say they can not bring themselves to weather the train they just bought.
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#1 Aug 30, 2008
I have found that doing too much is as bad as a bad paint job. I've also noticed some folks weather everything a lot and make their railroad appear on the brink of shutdown.
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