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Most 3 Rail O Gauge track is sectional, meaning that the pieces are rigidly constructed in a certain length or curve diameter.
This is the presentation of multi-gauge display layout in three different scales, created by Ace, which he sent to me by e-mail. See the image of the whole track plan together with two 3D snapshots and read the explanation by Ace below. I am still kicking around ideas like this for a small layout that I could build to display and operate at a train show.
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While the sets are exciting and a lot of fun, if you are like many others just entering the hobby, after some time you’ll get the itch to expand your initial set into something a bit bigger.

Here we will touch on the basics of O Gauge 3-rail track, the different types of 3-rail track, give some basics on layout design, and provide several track plan ideas as well as books with more ideas for turning a starter set into a miniature railroad empire. All 3 rail O Gauge track has three rails, spaced evenly apart, with the outer rails 1 ¼ inches apart. All types of track are made in a variety of curve diameters, and all lines offer a variety of switches [the track sections that allow two tracks to diverge or merge together] and crossing sections. If you find something of value here, please "pay it forward" and help us keep the site operating by a secure donation through PayPal (PayPal account is not required), or by shopping with our advertisers. Mottled ground colors can be made by specifying a different polygon color with a depth of about 0.015 (takes some experimenting). All 3 rail O Gauge track is configured where the middle rail provides the positive, or ‘hot’ power to the train, while the two outer rails are grounded [the advantage of this system will become evident when building more complex layouts].

With very, very few exceptions, trains made by O Gauge train makers will work on one another’s track. I have built other small operating layouts with tight radii like that, and I think it looks OK with compound curves and easements and appropriately chosen train equipment.

• SINDIRELLA, 17.06.2015 at 17:23:32
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• Oslik_nr, 17.06.2015 at 12:37:23
Europe, you are going to probably be creating fairly a handful your die-cast metal model vehicle with accessories.