69788Re: My first layout
- Mar 4, 2012And having used Woodland Scenics blocks to establish the grade and elevation of a line, what then do you put on top of them to form the roadbed to lay the track on?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff" <sjbazman49@...> wrote:
> You can always mark a number on each half with Ed's tape idea. And Loren's comments about 'throw away' is true. Most N stuff is nearly 2x what we need.
> Jeff M
> SF Bay Area Z
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> Uwe is right on. I use a very sharp nice to cut the pieces. The cut easily.
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