Completely the opposite for me. Lots of massaging to get a smooth curve or perfectly straight. Atlas springy track springs smoothly and evenly...
It's all academic.
Should be an S then.
Honest to God, she did all the tiling work! She's a Geordie from north of England no softy!
Atlas seems to be affected most noticably. Peco not so much.
Spikes or track nails will pull the bow out as well.
Yep, already been checking them. And I did contact them a few weeks back and was told to check their listing.
Is that like canopy glue?
I've always been interested in TOFC flatcars. During the 70s when 40' trailers were the norm, TTX were trailer only (2x40', or 1 45' + 1 40')....
I am on a treasure hunt looking for some Trainworx 40' trailers being a Rio Grande modeler:
- City Market,
- Budd of California
I'd prefer to snap together too if at all possible. I'll have some time to look at it this weekend.
Just won/ordered an Rio Grande SD40T-2, my first n-scale engine about 35 years. Also a Trainworx Woodpacker 50' waffle box car. Those aren't...
There is enough bad stuff to read about in world. Why on Earth would I want to read about broken engines. Talk about a downer topic. How about...
Whoa! Like Newcastle England? As it happens, I married a Geordie and imported her to America! Ha ha.
Model Railroading is fun!:rolleyes:
Peco are good but the don't have the same radius as the OP was looking for.
eBay. Ok doesn't make them but you can find and buy them. Just a few weeks ago I bought couple of #8 Walthers curved turnouts, DCC friendly....
Hasn't arrived yet but the ScaleTrains SD40T-2's have arrived and should be shipping shortly!
I agree. Sounds like the OP wants ST to do a model even if it hurts them financially. Now just who is getting poked in the eye? I'd say it's...