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Harv Goranson
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I decided it's time to try my hand at making a diorama for model car picture taking. Before tackling something complex, I think I'll just do a simple country road.

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Karl Schnelle
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Been to the local train hobby store?  Do you even have one?  😉 


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Harv Goranson
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@karl A lot of this stuff came from Hobbytown. I also found some items at Hobby Lobby.


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David Green
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It will be fun to see what you end up with Harv.


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Ed Davis
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Looks like you are using products from Woodland Scenics.  I have used many of their products on my train layout.  They offer an extensive range of products for landscaping, lighting, and buildings.  If you have trouble finding them locally, I suggest you look at Walthers, in Milwaukee.  They offer many products for the model train hobby, including many items for landscaping.  Even though there are a few good hobby shops in the suburbs of Chicago, I sometimes find it more convenient to order from Walthers.


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