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I have thought of doing this myself. A quality inkjet and mat finish photo paper will make the details in any photo pop and not be glossy. Attaching it to foam core board like that used for school science displays will give it the strength to stand up. Only limit will be the size of the paper and the size your printer can handel. Most can do 8.5 x 17 (legal).
 

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I am sure a copy center would help.
Actually I have seen backgrounds hand drawn They give a unique appearance but there is a loss to realism. That being a dividing line for toy train operating and modelling.

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