TT-Tracks

Bill Dixon
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Re: TT-Tracks

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The TT-Tracks.org web site needs to find a new home.
The Free Webspace provided by Telus for the last few decades, is going away the end of May.
I'll see what I can find for a free no ad web host, or a low cost one if I have to pay for it.
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Bill Dixon
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Bill Dixon
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Re: TT-Tracks

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I need a set of track to test TT Scale stuff on without setting up modules.
I have started modifying some Kato HO scale Unitrack by adding g a third rail.
I hope to have a 21.5" radius oval when I am finished.
20210504_Dual Gauge Kato Track.jpg
I start by gluing the rail in place then drill holes for Peco track fixing pins.
Working OK so far.
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Bill Dixon
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Re: TT-Tracks

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Is this because you don't have any 12mm gauge track?

Bill Dixon
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Re: TT-Tracks

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I do not have enough loose Bedding track to make a circle.
Doing this will give me a big oval to test TT-Scale equipment on as well as an oval to test HO Scale equipment I work on for customers.
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That's a good idea. I only have one straight piece of Tillig H0/H0m dual gauge track. That is only available as a flex track.
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Re: TT-Tracks

Post by areibel »

That is a great idea! I'll have to get a loop and try it myself.

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