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Hi Breaston and welcome to the forum,

Peco Settrack along with their streamline code 100 series is compatible with Hornby rails.
Code 75, as you say is for fine scale and is not compatible with Hornby.

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Hi Kyle,

Peco's Streamline series consists of all sorts of turnouts (Short,medium ,long), crossings,double slips,Wyes and of course the flexitrack. All are Nickel-Silver rails.

Peco Settrack range is the exact replica ( in geometry ) as the Hornby rails. Don't think they are Nickel- Silver tough.

Check Hattons website for further details.

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Hi again Kyle,

I use Hornby settrack (all straights + all curves + turnouts+ Hornby flexi ), Peco settrack, Peco streamline turnouts + Peco flexi track. All are code 100 and you can intermingle all with each other, no problem. Just stay away from Peco code 75.

PS: You only have to decide if you want to use electro or insulfrog points. Thats up to you. ( all Hornby points are insulfrog where as, you only have that choice in Peco.)

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QUOTE (Breaston @ 22 Oct 2007, 18:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Oh I am confused now (doesn't take much to confuse me).

Perhaps this info might be able to help you more:
  • DCC all over layout using mixture of Hornby and ? Peco Track*******
  • Only modern made new released items will be running, manufacturers Hornby and Bachmann only
  • Controls via Hornby Select.
I will have another read of your coments again, many thanks for those who have repied above, I'm sure it will help me in one way...

72C, it was only intended because of what kyle said above.Just to keep things simple enough.

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