Orangeville, ON (James Doan) Once you have decided on a scale for your model railroad layout, and purchased a quality locomotive, power pack and a few pieces of rolling stock, it is time to begin work on the track and switches. Until recently, track proved to be the major cause of concern for modellers working in either N or HO scale. The sectional track that was most readily available would easily come apart. If your preliminary layout was set up on the floor, dirt and carpet fuzz would get into both the locomotive mechanism and the joints between track sections. This would lead to electrical conductivity problems.
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Orangeville, ON (James Doan) When you start to plan your first model railroad layout, it is a good idea to work with a proven plan from a book or magazine. If you can initially focus on keeping your layout to a basic loop of track, which will allow you to set the train for continuous running, and then plan to add some sidings and spurs which will permit you to have your train ‘serve’ your model community.