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    Tracklaying Atlas code 55

    Ok, I have laid out the mainline of my trackplan on top of my foam subroadbed like so: Now, the books say to mark the centerline of your track, remove it and add the roadbed. Has anyone done this on this tiny stuff?:eek: I might be able to get a sharpy in between the ties, but it...
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    New to forum

    Just thought I would say hi to everyone. Just retired from the military after 21 years in September, and finally have the time to actually build a layout! Since I am currently sharing a small apartment though, I will be working in N scale on a small hollow door in the corner of our living...
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    My n trackplan with one problem

    Well I think I have a pretty nice plan, which is a modified MR plan but taking advantage of a sligthly wider table. The only problem is to make it work the best I needed to use a Peco Code 55 curved turnout. The rest of my track is atlas Code 55, and I know that Peco 55 is really 85 that is...

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