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Sleeper spacing varies on the prototype, depending on the applied load, both tonnage and speed. Plain track has larger sleeper spacings than curves and pointwork. On jointed track there was a close sleeper pair for every joint too. It's a lot less trouble to use SMP or C&L plain track with Peco 75 points, and once ballasted and weathered the overall impression is very good.
 
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