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This topic has come up many times. Yes, the shoulder might look nice but if underlay causes track/points to not be flat then running qualities are compromised. As previous posts have pointed out, trains do not run silently over tracks. Still, it's each to their own but it seems a lot of extra work a...
Keep persevering, it will pay off. I'm further forward with my layout so once I get hacked off working on one part I move to another part. Coming back after a while with fresh eyes is always useful.
Welcome to the friendly forum. There is loads of help here for beginners - I was a beginner over 3 years ago and still am compared with the vast knowledge and experience of others but I've learnt loads so far. Lots of books are available to help you and exhibitions give further info and inspiration....
Thinned wallpaper paste, care and a SLIGHTLY damp sponge should do it - but don't rub too hard or else the surface will damage. If yr good at decorating its no prob, if not, it is, if you see what I mean!
Welcome Rob to the 'friendly-ish forum!!!!!!!!! Great advice from MG as usual. I started back in OO gauge over 3 years ago as I felt N was too small for me to deal with. I don't mean to insult anyone into N but for me it always seems a little toy like - but I take my hat off to N modellers as they h...
- Tue Jun 04, 2019 8:15 pm
- Forum: The Welcome Forum
- Topic: First Ambitious Project!!
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Welcome Phil. I'd probably go for 009 due to tight curves - but the scale may not be suitable for small fingers. As to track, if OO then most seem to favour Peco.