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On my micro-layout, I have an industrial boulevard that has three tracks pretty much parallel to one another. Two of the tracks serve industries, while the other is the main line. What...
It appears the guys did get the crossing planks in and just about finished on the main line with the exception of the 4x6 riser to butt against the ends of the ties. I see too where they need to spike the ends of the boards down as it looks like one is already sticking up a bit!
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