David, I didn't say an easment was needed in the track planning stage. It will, however be introduced when the layout is constructed, simply by bending a piecehaycockscott
Why would you need an easement for a vertical curve of 128" radius? The dynamical jerk at the intersection of such a radius with a tangent will be very small.walshrd
... I hope not, Frank! I've been upgraded to Microsoft Security by my computer repairman, who is Microsoft trained and certified. He has told me that it is thehornbymeccano
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