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Hello Ya'll say I am having too redo my Rail Yard.I had mutiable Roadbed Sections in the Yard 10 of to be exact.So I am going to make it one piece of Roadbed Pad,It s going to be 18"x105" 18 inches wide 105 inches long.But my question is the two Mainlines go through the Yard.So I have two 3 inche wide Roadbeds like normal layouts have,But shall I make that with the one Roadbed Pad or just leave the way it is.I am sure you all know the Cork Road bed is Beveled on one end then you tear both pieces aprt and coonect them.Next too each other ok I was thinking of takingthe Rail Pad like I mentioned and bevel it and then turn.Itup side down and make it flush & leveled with the 2 Mainlines,But if this is not the corret way please let me know.Thanks I hope you understand what I am saying telling you my Ideas.
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