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May I restart the discussion on set track. I received much really helpful advice a few weeks back, thanks. The concenus seemed to be that Fleischmann profi track was good but expensive. Brousing around I came upon Kato track, as sold by M G Sharpe, with glowing write ups. Does anybody have experience of using this system.?

Many thanks
 

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QUOTE (S&D @ 18 Nov 2007, 16:50) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi all

May I restart the discussion on set track. I received much really helpful advice a few weeks back, thanks. The concenus seemed to be that Fleischmann profi track was good but expensive. Brousing around I came upon Kato track, as sold by M G Sharpe, with glowing write ups. Does anybody have experience of using this system.?

Many thanks

I used the HO Kato track a few years ago & found it to be excellent, but not quite as good as Fleischmann Profi, but the main problem was (at the time anyway) was that the range was limited (not so in N-Gauge though).
 

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QUOTE (dbclass50 @ 18 Nov 2007, 18:17) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I used the HO Kato track a few years ago & found it to be excellent, but not quite as good as Fleischmann Profi, but the main problem was (at the time anyway) was that the range was limited (not so in N-Gauge though).

Point noted, Many thanks.
 
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