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Keep N scale track really clean

Read this N scale column from the November 2012 Model Railroader
RELATED TOPICS: N SCALE | TRACK
Keep N scale track really clean
Those filled and sanded holes on the fascia caused all the commotion Jim describes in this month’s column.
Jim Kelly
Last summer I finished an extensive scenery project on my N scale layout, cleaned up, went carefully over the track with a Bright Boy rail-cleaning block, did a few more small layout chores, and at last was ready to run a train. For me there’s nothing in this hobby as satisfying as watching a long train run through the hills exactly as it’s supposed to. It’s right up there with hitting a pure 5-iron to within a few feet of a flagstick.


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