Code 250 Aluminum Track
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Author:  paulrace [ Mon Oct 22, 2018 8:15 am ]
Post subject:  Code 250 Aluminum Track

A reader writes:

Moved recently from CA to TX, and Im starting anew. Scale: 1:20.3, starting with 38 Ton Shay. Lots of fun to run.
question: Who has the best code 250 alum narrow gauge track?

I'm a huge fan of Llagas Creek, though I have to say I haven't tried any other brands, so there may be some better out there. That said, the new owner of Llagas Creek tries very hard to work with people to get what they need.

BTW, I bought a bunch of AristoCraft 48" code 332 aluminum curves cheap just before they went out of business, and I use them with battery powered trains on temporary railroads I set up for kids at Christmas.

It works great, but you'd be hard pressed to get enough to build a RR now.

Best of luck, Please let me know what you find out as you proceed.

- Paul

Author:  paulrace [ Mon Oct 22, 2018 8:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Code 250 Aluminum Track

The reader responded:

Hey Paul!
Thanks for the response. Actually, I purchased my new track -unassembled - from Bryan Dixon at LlagasCreekRailways Creek. It was a bitch to assemble, until Bryan told me how he does it. Now, it’s a bit tedious, but doable. I’m searching for a local machine shop to make a rail a rail aligned that should make it better. Beautiful track when it’s finished.
Thanks for your assist.

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