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Lubener's Loading

Lubeners Loading is a Mini N Scale Scene from the Woodland Scenics AutoScenes Product Line Suitable for Ages 8 & Older

Woodland Lubeners Loading AutoScenes N Scale Model Railroad Vehicle #as5326
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Scale: N 1/160

  • Woodland Product Number: AS5326
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"An excellent scene for off the road"
wtcasper (Westminster, CO)
Lubener's Loading was just what I needed to help create the busy scene I wanted at my passenger depot. It would also be very useful in a hotel parking lot. It comes with a nondescript late '50s sedan with one figure removing a suitcase from the cab of the car with another pulling a second included suitcase from the trunk. Like all of Woodland Scenics' products, Lubener's Loading is finely detailed and an excellent addition to any layout.

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"Great detail that adds to the animation of the layout."
cj.trainer (Canton, GA)
These Scenic figures add so much character to the tiny layout. To include figures in your layout they should be glued in place. (Just vehicles can be free to be moved about.) Otherwise, the figures will fall over and lose the effect. I used Scenic glue, like Elmer's Glue-All. One has to glue each piece and let the glue set before adding another. I started with the car. I put a big glob of glue on the bottom and carefully set the car in the parking lot. When it was set, I added the figures one at a time. I placed each figure with pointed tweezers in a small puddle of glue. The glue disappears and the figure sets up tight. To assure that the figure doesn't move before the glue dries, I lean the figure against something, in this case the car. If there is nothing to lean on, I make a temporary support by taping a pop sickle stick to a small paint jar. That's what I used to get my street lights vertical.

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Use Accent Glue (WOOU9198) & Gentle Grips (WOOU9199) to aid you in placing figures on your layout.

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