Reply to "Is Lionel Prewar T-Rail a good choice for track?"

C450D4C3-799E-492E-B5BC-A3632E4A6FF170C44CE7-D779-4DBA-8278-FC06E978D7BC50401FB0-045B-44ED-8C7E-9C176D1CC420At one time I looked into Lionel T Rail trackage, however price and availability led me to Atlas O, Ross Custom, and Gargraves. It’s actually die-Cast track, and at its age, very easy to break, difficult to hook together, and not near as reliable on allowing the electric current to evenly flow via the track. It’s nice looking, needs to be on homasote with cork roadbed to be tolerable for noise. I used Ross pre-curved circles, 096, 0108, 0120...They mixed well with Atlas O....072-081-090-099. It’s your choice, your money, your time. Sherman Leonard in Nashville Tennessee has a large T-Rail layout and there’s another fellow in Nashville also. I will place a picture in a few minutes. Happy Railroading...

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