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Hello everyone...

Apologies in advance if this is a stupid question....

Like a number of others I have returned to modelling after a gap of a number of decades, and am building my first layout since the 70s.

Back then I used chipboard for the baseboards, this time I have gone for much thinner 6mm ply - think it's quite nice stuff and certainly makes the whole shooting match lighter...

I am struggling to find nice track pins though that are both short and not chunky - am using peco streamline 100 (after much deliberation - get back into it gently before I try P4 or EM!) - any suggestions

Thanks in Advance

TimP

(modelling the Western Region Transition Era on the Black Isle)
 

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Wow - thanks all for your friendly and prompt responses, plenty to think about there, and what a nice forum.

I do use cork underlay - as I did in the 1970s.

A few pictures are here of some of what I have done so far...

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Tim

I need to get started on the model railway properly as the other non-work occupation is now finished....

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