http://www.modelbuildings.org If you are adding model railroad scenery to your train layout then you will no doubt be including several model railroad buildings such as houses, shops, office buildings, or perhaps an engine shed, railway station, or a factory of some kind. One thing all these buildings have in common is they will need windows.
This short clip shows a couple of ways to make realistic appearing windows for scale model railroad buildings. Other options include painting on a gloss paint to represent shiny windows, or to use clear acetate plastic as windows on a building.
Whatever construction method you use, take your time and enjoy making your model railroad scenery and structures. It is a lot of fun!
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