Hmmmh! That may take a while.and any night I need my beauty sleep
Thats probably the best answer. If it bugs you after the wires are installed, then you can always explore options and change it.I think I am just going to have to pretend I have the insulators, I guess I was being a bit optimistic that it could be done
I think in N scale they would be too small to even see on single power linesMike, yeah I took a look at them and couldn't find a "proper scale" but they also seemed to be more for High Tension Power lines rather than the simple residential single power pole Was a good thought though and certainly worth looking at.
You enjoy every minute of it@Smudge617
Thanks mate - slow but surely. Started working on the "Cemetery" area - making Head Stones etc - oh what fun it is
Just my very personal opinion: Restore it and run some trains !Not sure when they will be available as I am still in two minds whether to restore this layout and be able to run it or to leave it be. If I restore it, I wont put the wire/line up until the new track work has been done.
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