Using Pastel Paper as Tarpaper

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dthurman

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Excellent tip Harold, now if only they made some of that paper 1/2 as thick for N scale, though your method may work.

Thanks!!!

Oh and looks very real.
 

JeffShultz

Stay off the tracks!
Harold, Very interesting, especially as I've got a Cambell building I'm in the middle of that I'll need something like this for.

Any idea how it might function as a road material, standing in for asphalt?
 

hminky

Member
JeffShultz said:
Any idea how it might function as a road material, standing in for asphalt?
That is very strange. I model the 1870's and don't think of anything in terms outside that timeframe. When I look at modeling and materials it is for that limited time.:eek: :eek:

It probably would make good asphalt. I think someone sells a similar product.

Harold
 




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