Williamson gets the Luritorium built! On the Pokey!
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It is artist vellum card stock. After it was glued in place it was painted with a paint called aged concrete. Then dusted with artist chalk.
Ray Russell Sr.
In a message dated 9/23/2018 9:01:50 AM Eastern Standard Time, nw-modeling-list at nwhs.org writes:
Wow! Very impressive. What did he use for the concrete floor? Is it painted plaster or something else?
I have a couple (dozen) irons in the fire for my projects, including the 1980’s Shaffers Crossing building and the Virginian Station (rebuilt). Simulating concrete floors around track has been a challenge. I’ve painted foam core, artist mat board or poster board to simulate concrete.
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Subject: Williamson gets the Luritorium built! On the Pokey!
The Lubritorium on the Pokey!
Hello fellow N & W modelers. Here is a model of a Lubritorium built by a fellow member in my club. I supplied all the blueprints and photos I could find along with the materials. It took Ira Deautch 6 months to build! He is currently 91 years old. He actually cut over 400 8 foot long scale pieces of Lucite rod to model the fluorescent fixtures!Please enjoy!Ray Russell Sr.
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