Re: Pier set (elevated track)?
Just want to mention I am not associated with ztrackresale and its just coincidence that every time I mention them as a source and Rob suddenly has the item being discussed. Although if it keeps happening, I may just start asking for commission ;-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, ztrack@... wrote:
> We added today three boxes of the Marklin 8978 bring piers. One box is
> missing the smaller pier risers. The others have all parts. We also have other
> bridges and supports. Plus, more bridges will be uploaded shortly.
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- image uploaded, can we attach videos?
SSgt USMC, Retired
'86 Yamaha FZX-R
Z scale trains
From: mark2playz <mark.markham@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2011 7:22 PM
Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Pier set (elevated track)?
Looking at your 10/18 layout image, there seems to be a lot of potential for crossing your reversing loops.
--- In email@example.com, Cliff Smith <cliffiniraq3@...> wrote:
> Ahhh, alternatives, I like it......Thanks also.
> SSgt USMC, Retired
> '08 TITAN
> '86 Yamaha FZX-R
> Z scale trains
> From: mark2playz <mark.markham@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 2:50 PM
> Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Pier set (elevated track)?
> Having built a "less than successful" layout with a 4% grade, I have to agree with Lindley's numbers. Assuming that you want to run a train over another, one trick you can use is to also lower the bottom track as it approaches the crossing.
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