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VIDEO: How to weather a wagon

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Weathering is an important step in replicating the real world for your layout to help ensure it looks as realistic as possible. Creating the right look for your rolling stock is equally important. Although it can sometimes look difficult, in our latest video, Phil Parker gives us the basic steps for beginners using weathering powders to demonstrate how easy it can be. 

 

 

 

 

 

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