Finishing the street trackage

Discussion in 'The Academy' started by interurban, Dec 27, 2004.

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    Today I finished this project hopefuly with enough info to help you get your street "Tracked" :thumb:

    The line I scribed , I am not happy with :mad: Better just to fade the cobble ;) :rolleyes: stone out at the edge where the tarmec will start to take over.

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    Take time as it gets a bit tiring , the end result will be well worth all the time and effort.
    Happy scratch building friends. :D
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    Hi Russ, I use a dark grayish colour for my street. Cobbel stone need to be
    Granit? Colour may be a solid dark gray with hints of lighter tones. Or Oily black fromthose old diesels :D :D :D
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    Thanks C N1 :)

    I do not think I would try to make curved girder rail again.
    If it was that important to me I would buy the R Orr tool and satisfy the need.

    :D
    It`s not so That`s why I make my own. :wave:
    Hi Dave I do not think code 100 on it``s side would look or work right friend.

    As you and Jet commented code 100 with code 70 on it`s side was the way the older Pro`s did it. :cool:
    Thanks for all the intrest folks.
    I hope to see your street track when you have a chance to try it. :wave:
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