PaperTerrain has Paper Trains!

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by ScottWashburn, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. ScottWashburn

    ScottWashburn New Member

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    PaperTerrain, one of the top producers of paper wargames buildings and accessories has added railroads! Railways were the chief means of transportation in Europe for most of the 20th Century. Tracks criss-crossed the continent and many towns were on or near a railroad. Now you can add a railroad to your gaming table. These models are finely detailed and will bring a unique addition to your games. Each kit contains a locomotive with coal tender, a caboose, 10 box cars, 4 flat cars, 4 gondola cars and two tanks cars. They are available in 10/12mm, 15mm, 20mm and 25/28mm scales. Track is available, too. (6mm and railroad buildings coming soon!) Check them out at Paper Terrain - The finest in paper wargame buildings & accessories

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  2. 72BMWR75/5

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    Pretty cool. I wonder what all the model railroaders will think about this. lol
  3. B-Manic

    B-Manic Peripheral Visionary

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    Those look like very nice little kits. thanks :)

    BTW - your link does not work - the .com is not included
  4. cgutzmer

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    Link fixed - nice trains! I love the tanks and background buildings too :)
    Chris
  5. ScottWashburn

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    Yes, that's something that does worry me a bit. These are NOT intended to be precise scale models of railroad equipment built to the standards that avid model railroaders would demand. I've tried to make tham as accurate as I can while still keeping them relatively quick and easy to build. They are inteded as props and background scenery for wargamers who are going to want to put their time into their tanks and troops, not into these. Hopefully people will like them for what they are.

    Scott Washburn
    Paper Terrain - The finest in paper wargame buildings & accessories
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    Well, I think they look eat.
  7. cgutzmer

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    Scott, I think he meant that in a positive way ;) and I am sure they will like them! I know a few model RR's that build all their buildings out of paper :)
    Chris
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    Oh, yeah. It was meant jokingly. Some of the train guys were a little upset when we moved in here, but I've noticed some of them in the paper models posts talking about some of the buildings they have seen. Even saw one by a guy who ended up building a ain station out of card.