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    Evergreen Styrene or Plaster of Paris for Sidewalks Surrounding Structures?

    Question says it all. I will be preparing to construct the roads and sidewalks on my layout and have come across two methods other modelers have been using. Is there an advantage to one over the other?
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    A Bunch of Questions

    Okay, so I'm ready to begin turning a sheet of pink foam into a city. I have a slew of questions, so feel free to just quote, and reply, if it's easier. 1. I'm modeling downtown chicago, so won't have much grass. What do I do to fill in the areas that won't have roads? (IE: concrete)...
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    Roads and materials

    What makes the most realistic roads and how do that the wright way. Live your life to the fullest! :cool:
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    Roads

    What is the most realistic road supplies and rr's




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