I don't think you're going to find a specialized shape like rail much cheaper than nickel silver esp if you can salvage the rail from used track.
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--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Ed" <nprybiged@...> wrote:
I consided myself as the average modeler. So I want to build and
detail a track gane center with some out buildings and with one
or two piles of different sizes of rail and have a section of
mian line with sections of rail laying on both sides, that would
Now if I do this and use nickle silver rail that could very easily
be in double diget dollars. I would think twice before doing that
when I could, for the same amount, add a piece of rolling stock or
structure. Now for half that amount, using Styrene, I could do that
It's my guess that's the same thought that the other average
modelers would have, but then I might wrong.
Thanks for your reply
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, jerryglow@ wrote:
I don't understand the need for it - what's wrong with real rail?
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, Michael Watnoski <freestatesystems1@> wrote:
Hi Ed, and All,
I would be interested in the code 83 and 55
in long lengths. This is a much needed item for
detailing many structures. It was often used for
making fences and hose racks, etc around shops.
On 6/20/2012 2:57 PM, Ed wrote:
I'm going to go to Evergreen and ask them if they would consider
marketing Styrene Rail in HO, O and N scale in codes 100,83 and 55
in packages of 6, in 24" or 36" in lenght.
So, to give them a feeling of what the modelers thing about
buying something like this, would you please let me know what
your thoughts are?
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