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Hi Connor. Thank you. Alas I don’t own an Air Brush, but if I did, it would be superfluous on a four foot plank Even with a paint brush in one hand, and a Cuppa in the other hand it wouldn’t take very long. Unless I dipped the  brush in my Cuppa. Best wishes. Kevin



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I used the Woodlands scenic rusty rail pen: https://woodlandscenics.woodlandscenics.com/show/Item/TT4581/page/1
Seemed to give a good colour, but if you are a little more handy i'd just buy a suitable paint for your style and use that!



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Hi Connor.   Thank you for your reply. There are so many makes and types of rusty rail on the market, but I wii check this one out.  Best wishes. Kevin



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I have a few uni posca paint pens that i got from stationery store for $4-5 each. You can get them in various widths, mine are about 1mm. I haven't tried them on track but they look as though they might be an option.

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Hi Evan. Thank you for the info. It would seem that the options are endless ?  Best wishes. Kevin



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