N Scale Fascia

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N Scale Master
Just recently built an N scale layout, Double Foam deep with a Clipboard like material board as a substrate under the foam, any ideas on fascia or something other than fiberboard like material to cover the edges?

Rudy Benoit :D :D :D :D :D


Non Rivet Counter
If you don't have any tight radius curves on what you need to cover, 1/8" paneling will work. Then you have your choice of finish.


Diesel Detail Freak
Are you looking at ease of bending or, value? The oddest, yet coolest I saw was Styrene plastic sheets, in siding patterns. If you don't have curves, try normal wood, it'll look kinda like finished furnature...

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