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Posted - 10/28/2017 :  10:15:16 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello All,
My son and I are working on designing a layout in n scale for him to keep in his room. The layout theme has yet to be finalized but to save money and keep progress moving, I would prefer to at least start off using paper structures. I am looking for anything and everything available (preferably free). We need businesses, railroad related structures, you name it! SO, where on the web is a good place to find these things?

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Posted - 10/28/2017 :  11:11:40 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Matt, take a look at Model Builders software(Evans Designs) They have a free building
in any scale, and a soft ware program that is $40.00, free shipping. It is well worth it.
especially for future use for your son. Build in any scale, nice program.

Also Clever Models, they also have free kits in N scale....

These are realistic kits, from both companies. There are others as well but not quite as realistic. Just do a Google search for free scale paper models......Good luck'..

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Posted - 11/11/2017 :  8:06:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Keep in mind when modeling tar paper roofs, toilet paper works great and you can color it with black paint mixed with Elmer's glue, turns it rock hard after it dries.

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Posted - 11/12/2017 :  07:14:18 AM  Show Profile  Visit slimrails's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Also check out clevermodels.com They have a good and inexpensive variety of paper structures that can be downloaded and scaled down for N.

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