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    I really like the realism of this product and I like the fact that it is a mat. Does anyone have experience using these? On eBay, I see them mention that it can be used for O scale, HO scale, but not N scale. Before I buy one, does anyone have any experience using these for N scale?

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    The plants are a bit too large for N-scale , I have seen them more then once in real life , Martin is a friend , that I meet a few times per year at trainshows.

    We call Martin the Grassmaster , his work is almost like real and sometimes it takes multiple views to see it's not real but modeled .

    He has his own thread on our Dutch forum , it's in Dutch but there are many photo's https://www.amerikaanse-treinen.nl/f...php?topic=70.0

    As long as I can model in N-scale, I know I'm not old

    My Flickr Pages

    http://www.janbouli.com

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