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Finescale N-Gauge Track
Code 40 from Aspenmodel

Unfortunately, rather like Shinohara, the rail may be low, but it seems corresponding wider than the ubiquitous Peco code 80 and ends up looking not one bit better, and possibly not as good, because of that.

A pity!
QUOTE The JHM assortment is a commercially manufactured, fully assembled track system of absolutely prototypical finish, in compliance with the respective NEM and NMRA standards. It is distinguished by very good operating qualities, and is, in spite of its delicate design, usable with all commercially available wheel sets. The ties are laser-cut genuine wood, onto which nickel silver rails are vulcanized. This expensive technique assures great flexibility and strength.

As in the prototype, the turnouts are equipped with flexible, precisely ground points. The track system includes thin, photo-etched guide rails and frogs constructed of individual rail sections, wired for polarity control.

For assembly soldering is recommended.
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