Reply to "Plasticville Structures"

Forty Rod posted:

Cut it off at the top of the platform and "pour" a ground level concrete pad for it to sit on.  Changes the appearance considerably.  You  can find a modern attached covered platform and do the same thing.  Put one on each end of the station for a larger appearing structure.

Don't forget portable steps so passengers can get on and off of the cars.

Also you can cover all of the exterior walls with brick paper for a very nice and unique look.

I'm working on that very thing right now.  I should have the base platforms for one station and two passenger shelters shortly.  Let  me know if you are interested.

BTW, the Plasticville Collectors Association just had a sale on a whole batch of stuff from a storage locker.  Really great prices. I got most of a small town for just under a hundred bucks.  Lots of bashing material there.

 

Now, if I only had a place to put it all.    

Tom

OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Ct, Suite 6, Mountain Home, AR 72653
330-757-3020

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