Roadbed, Track and Turnout Techniques DVD with Track Cutter


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Bundle: Roadbed, Track and Turnout Techniques with Track Cutter

Your model railroad track is an essential part of your layout. NMRA Master Model Railroader, Gerry Leone, gives you a series of lessons on how to make the most of it. You’ll learn about choosing the right roadbed for added realism, the benefits of working with flex-track and how to prepare and lay it. Plus, you’ll get the expert tips you need to build turnouts and more! 55 minutes.

Chapter Topics:

  • Roadbed Considerations
  • Cork Roadbed Installation
  • Laying Flextrack
  • Adding a Turnout Now
  • Adding a Turnout Later
  • Rail Nipper Track Cutter ($20 Value)

    Our rail nipper makes short work of making clean, flush cuts through model railroad track up to code 140. Spring-loaded steel jaws are hardened for a lifetime of rail-cutting. Thick rubber handles are comfortable to use.

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