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LX217-OO Laser Cut MDF Pavement Strips - OO/4mm/1:76

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LX217-OO Laser Cut MDF Pavement Strips - OO/4mm/1:76

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Part of our laser cut basics range, this pack of 4 laser cut MDF pavement strips make a quick and easy way to add realistic pavements to your OO scale model railway layout. Featuring laser engraved 2ft x 3ft slab detail along with 3ft kerbs down each side. Precision cut from 2mm mdf, these give a more realistic appearance when painted, being equivalent to 6" pavement height.

Supplied unpainted & ready to paint with your choice of grey / concrete colour acrylics or emulsion paints.

Key Features:
  • Extremely finely detailed laser engraved detail
  • Perfect for any era OO / 1:76 / 4mm model railway layout or diorama
  • Compatible with all makes of OO gauge model railway
  • Dimensions (each strip) : L: 192mm x D: 28mm x H: 2mm
  • Total pack length: Pack of 4 = 768mm (30 inches)
  • Supplied unpainted
  • Brand:
    Scale Model Scenery
  • Product Code:
    LX217-OO
  • Weight:
    0.07kg
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Paul Kay - Christchurch, Dorset

Excellent Product

Returning to model railways after a gap of 20 years finding this site has made me feel like a child in a sweet shop. There are so many great products available at affordable prices, easy to follow instructions and the finished product is excellent. The videos are very good too. Thank you.

Steve Willis - Liskeard, Cornwall

Excellent Product

Having tried various other types of paving, (plastic , cardboard etc) these laser cut MDF items are a class apart. They separate easily from the carrier, cut easily with a Stanley knife and take paint (acrylic) well. The joints are well defined and the corner pieces marry perfectly. Service was very fast. Would highly recommend.

Niall McKelvie - Gosport

MDF hmmm

I've always been sceptical about MDF, having seen too many cases of it warping, over time. I much prefer the stability of plastic for my scenery, largely because I only want to do it once, then get on with running trains. I went for this pavement, because it has a good thickness and it'll be stuck to 9mm ply using copious amounts of PVA, which will stop any warping (hopefully). I don't know what it's like to use, as it's only 2 days since I received the item and Christmas is getting in the way!

Justin evans - Lancashire

These pavement sections are another excellent idea just paint them and fix onto the layout, they look great kerbstones on the edge too! I'm replacing the inferior pavements i had with these on all the layout