After having converted the track bed to NOCH ballast mat I have started to use the catenary with the small feet that you can put under the C-track. Because the track bed is not as wide as required I have some huge gabs underneath the track because the mast lifts the track upwards. In this post I solve this problem using a screwdriver, some glue and some more ballast mat.
I want to bring more interesting features to my exhibition layout. I like to give my visitors something new to look at each year. The past year I have upgraded the scenery on parts of the layout. This time I am looking into the track plan itself. I want to make it easier to lay track and reconfigure the track plan. NOCH has a product that solves just that!
If you are a regular follower of the blog, you will have seen pictures from my modular layout. Both the C track articles and some of the landscaping articles feature stuff from the construction of the layout. Here are some pictures from the layout as it currently looks. [More]
I like to build, rebuild, break down, set up, build again, and again and rebuild and so it goes. In other words: I need a track system that is easy to use and easy to set up and take down. The Trix C track stands out when it comes to track systems with built-in track bed. The Trix C track is a derivative of the Märklin C tack, but without the center rail. Trix C track is built for 2-rail operation and comes complete with support for RP25 wheel sets and powered frogs. [More]
Updated: I have added additional images of the turnouts.