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  • Ken We can get 4x8 sheets of styrene locally, at Reid Plastics in B-More. Want to go in on half a sheet, say .030 or .040?? It's a lot cheaper than Evergreen! From what they tell me, about 1/10th the cost.
    Hey. If you guys think I should find a real railroad to model, I found one. It's the Juniata Flyer. Another cool thing is, it's LOCAL. So I can go and see the rails myself. I could also probably get away with seeing the yard from outside of a fence. That'd be pretty cool, don't you think?
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