Weathering, I should stay away from it.

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oleirish

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dust

RexHea said:
oleirish, I had a friend over to the layout and he was looking at my rolling stock. He asked, "Don't you ever dust these things off?" I simply replied, "What dust? That's my weathering job." :D
:D :D Right on:cool:
JIM
 

RexHea

RAIL BENDER
jacon12 said:
:rolleyes: I'm sure, I'm certain.. I must have seen... at some point in my life.. a tanker that looked JUST like this.
Thats the only explanation I can think of..:rolleyes:
Jarrell
Hey Jarrell! No problem I saw several today coming from Hunt Refining that looked exactly like your tanker. How in the world did you get a picture of them to go by. Wow! You're good. :D
 




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