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QUOTE: Originally posted by Cobrabob8 I am finally about to build a new layout for my Lionel Trains.
RR Redneck, first, please try to refrain from such language, kids younger than you read this forum. No rust problems whatsoever with the FasTrack I have (much of which dates back to the early issues).
My FasTrack has been in the GARAGE for over a year, with a less than weather-tite garage door, snow and ice from my wifes cars, salt dust from filling up the water softner and not a hint of rust yet.
Houdy and Allan, I can only imagine that if the tracks are rusting, that they were exposed to an oxidizing agent like bleach. Corton, I agree about using the Atlas while next to the pool Chlorine would also oxidize metal, even stainless would eventually rust.
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Please enter at least one email addressYou are trying to send out more invites than you have remaining. Switches seem to work better than the Lionel as well. I probably would have gone FasTrack in a less-corrosive environment. Yes, it is very noisy with no cork roadbed, I just run my trains slower at a more realistic speed. We pride ourselves on hard work, dedication, and improvement; while enjoying the game of fastpitch softball. I am strongly considering Lionel's new Fast Track System which came with the Nickle Plate Berkshire set I purchased a couple of years ago. Our goal as a team is to develop as softball players and build character within ourselves as well as represent our communities as responsible and classy individuals. It's still a toy train regardless of what track system anyone uses, but that's my thoughts on it and everyone has their own definition on what 'toy' vs.'Hirail' is.
Virtually, from my other thread, hi-rail covers all type of track whether its tubular or Realtrax, not just Atlas, Ross and GG. Anyway, FasTrack is a good system, connects easily with no pins and they are pretty reliable as well.

Perfect for laying on carpet and the pre-made ballast is nice too if you don't have the skill to make your own ballast.
I can run trains from one reverse loop to the other, or in a double figure eight, or regular figure eight.
Only downside that its somewhat expensive, and as high demand as it is can be tough to find at some hobby shops (unless you look at online dealers). I had some FT for a bit, but I've switched to Atlas for my new track system (because I like the look of the solid rail) and going with Ross switches because I love the variety of switches that they make.
I gave all the FT I had and gave it to my younger brother so that he could upgrade from the O-27 track he was using. Have fun with your decision.

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