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Hi Harold, that is a great " How to do it page " I know how all my un-ballasted track is going to be finished now. I believe I asked you about this before and I tried it on a piece of scrap track, now the scrap piece looks better than any of track on the layout :D Now if I only had the nerve to try something on the track that has been ballasted

These How to do it pages on your web site are an excellent source of information for people like myself.

Thank's again Willis


Thank you for visiting and finding it useful :D :D
Just chronicling what I am doing, showing things that work and things that don't :eek: .

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