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SMP Scaleway and Peco Code 75 pointwork go fairy well together (and probably look a lot better when ballasted ). SMP is a huge improvement over Peco but for me there is something about it which to me looks a little odd.
Is it strictly a mail order job, or is there anywhere that I could use some of my post-payday leave in a couple of weeks to go and buy some?

The plan is to make it through to Payday (24th) and order the track, and then pick up Baseboard materials (Think I'll use 6mm MDF and open-frame construction). Bump, Modified first post - any reccomendations gratefully recieved One other thing to perhaps consider is the mixing of rail weights (codes) and profiles (flat or bullhead), as well as the thickness of the sleepers, since this will profoundly influence the rail height and therefore its levelness. I have an advantage in trying to pin down the problem in that a PSX circuit breaker protects the power district in which the problem crossing is located.
Yesterday, I tried everything to solve the problem, including the use of a needle file to widen the wheel path and open the gap between the rails. Somewhere is good to see fine scale track whith more to the scale distance space between rails in frog or anywhere were rails are near each other.
The red arrows on these pictures show where I cut the rail, first on a turnout, second on a double crossover, both in Nscale.
Marc, are you suggesting that additional gaps could be cut into a Peco Insulfrog crossing to prevent shorts where rails of opposite polarities converge? The instructions that come with the code 83 insulfrog crossing suggest gaps on all the rails coming from the frog to avoid the wide wheel short problem. It is not only a wide wheel problem, the shorts are also caused by lateral movement of some wheelsets. Instead of requiring a $15 switch to remedy the short, wouldn't it be more appropriate for Peco widen that convergence point by just a little?
After some reflexion, I maintain that isolate each frog whith a few milimeter of track before and after the frog and using a switch or an electronic device to give them the right polarity will eleminate any short on the two rail which are so close togheter. The PB-4 Peco N guage track plans book has many plans you could take inspiration from or even build.
DCCconcepts strongly recommends that you always wire Peco code 75 according to the instructions in our 'Making Peco Work at its Best' handbook which will soon be available to download from the link that is on every Peco point-work page.

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SMP is actually quite strong but it doesn't like being ripped up afters its been glued down and ballasted.
Although you have to thread the rail on to the sleepers it looks much better IMO than rtr SMP or C+L.
NYC Midwest in the Mid 1950s in O guage (not scale, i use high rail and claws); Southern Indiana in the late 1990s-early 2000s on my Model Railroad club modules.
For the more adventurous modeller, we also show you how to remove those clumsy and very ugly 'point motor' sleepers and to give your Peco points a much more realistic appearance! If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Your wheels shouldn't bounce on them and you can have wooden (plastic) sleepers with proper chairs for BH rail or concrete sleepers with pandrols for FB rail.
I'll be running recent Bachmann and Hornby stock primarily, as well as Parkside kits, so hopefully all will work.

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