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Hand laying N scale track

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Hand laying N scale track
Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, April 5, 2001 8:41 PM
I am looking for someone who supplies pc board ties in n scale. I am scratch building turnouts and would really like to solder it down rather than to glue them. If anyone knows where to find them, that information would be appreciated.
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Posted by Sperandeo on Friday, April 6, 2001 8:52 AM
Hi Anthony,

You can get suitable PC board tie stock in 12" strips that you can cut to length from Clover House, P.O. Box 62M, Sebastapol, CA 95473. In his September '98 MODEL RAILROADER article, "Handlaying code 40 turnouts in N scale," author Jim Kueneman recommends Clover House no. 260 tie strips for N scale track. Please tell Russ Clover I sent you.

So long,

Andy Sperandeo, Editor
MODEL RAILROADER Magazine

Andy Sperandeo MODEL RAILROADER Magazine

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