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Aspects of Modelling: Scenery
Ian Allan

Aspects of Modelling: Scenery

Regular price £9.00
This new addition to the series provides railway modellers of all abilities the necessary guidance to perfect the skill of providing realistic scenery to a layout.
Beginning with the basics, this volume shows how to build cuttings, embankments, bridges, tunnels, rivers and roads. In fact all the things that go to make a particular scene or location.
Beautifully illustrated throughout with vivid detailed pictures which are ideal for reference.
This practical guide provides essential advice for anyone starting out in railway modelling and also gives many useful hints and tips for experienced modellers on how to enhance a re-created railway scene and achieve the very highest level of accuracy.

ISBN: 9780711035102

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