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Re: [Bend Track] Digest Number 191

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  • Joe Ellis
    ... You might want to look into the oNe Track standard, as well, since it s centered in the east (Northern Va. N-Trak). There s a link to them on the N-Trak
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 1, 2003
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      >Message: 1
      > Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 22:02:11 -0300
      > From: Rhodenizer <bwrhodenizer@...>
      >Subject: Modual Standards
      >
      >I use to be with a club that ran N track standards. I am now with a group
      >that run bend track standards (easternbenders). I like the bend track
      >consept better in that if one modual is missing you can still run.
      >However I am wondering is there a standard for moduals that would only
      >have one or two tracks across instead of four. I've been thinking it would
      >be nice in the future to do a modual set with a Tee taking one line out
      >and returning with strait through provided as well. Where you could go to
      >a standard simular to bend track, with out as much track less congestion,
      >to model loging and mining areas. Trains could be taken in and dropped of
      >at juntion {the Tee} where larger though trains could pick up the cars. A
      >mill would look better in my opion with out as many tracks across. If I do
      >something like this I'd like to do it to a standard that would interface
      >with others. Something like an adater modual for N track to Bend track.
      >Brady
      >Brady

      You might want to look into the oNe Track standard, as well, since it's
      centered in the east (Northern Va. N-Trak). There's a link to them on the
      N-Trak web site (ntrak.org) There would still be a height issue, since
      they're designed to go into N-Trak already, but that's an easily solved
      problem.
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