Hornby and Peco track is cheap and compatible with a huge number of trains but it has a problem. Read Now
Posts Tagged ‘Track Work’
It’s undoubtedly one of the most frustrating, annoying, downright infuriating jobs in constructing a layout. My fingers bleed and I’ve ruined track ends doing it but no more. Read Now
If you use flexible track but don’t have Tracksetta templates this tip will save lots of frustration. Read Now
Second hand track can be a bargain but also a right royal pain.
Standard track cramping your style? Don’t want to buy flexible track? Here’s how to make your track bend and go where you want it.
Confused by OO gauge track codes? Read Now
I get a lot of email around wiring points. They seem to cause endless problems. I’m working on a guide but in the meantime, here’s a quick walkthrough and tip to help eliminate stalling on points and reduce the need for constant cleaning. Read Now
How to join track across baseboard sections is one of the most common questions I get asked here on Model Railway Engineer. Here’s an interesting technique one modeller uses. Read Now
In the almost 4 years since I set up this blog I’ve visited more exhibitions and clubs than I can count; met hundreds of fellow model railway enthusiasts, and come into contact with thousands more on social media.
These are the best model railway track planning tips I’ve picked up from this wonderful community of experienced builders. Read Now