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  1. azrudy

    Attaching Straight Tracks at An Angle

    Yeah thats for the curve which is fine, the angled straights are abit trickier.
  2. azrudy

    Attaching Straight Tracks at An Angle

    Cheers for that. I reckon tiling would work too. Attachment points can be quite tricky and I assume this involves jumper tiles.
  3. Hey guys, Sorry if this topic has been posted before but I can't seem to find it.I know that L-Gauge provides a guide on how to attach ballasted straights and various curves/switchs on baseplates. I'm asking if there is a source/guide on how to attach angled straight tracks as opposed to just laying it on a plate? I picked an example from Bananenbuurman (attached). Do you just place them on tiles? Cheers
  4. azrudy

    My unusual City train layout

    This makes alot of sense. I used to want to "complete" the loop just so that I could see it running continuously. After a while it gets quite mundane. Being a blue track (Plarail) collector myself, achieving a complete loop is much more enjoyable on plarail. IMO Lego Trains are a slow burn, the goal is not to complete the loop but to just make some sense out of the entire train travel/route. Of course, if you have an extremely large room and a pile of cash to splurge, then you could just zone up over 80++ baseplates and make a damn good looking town with factories, residential etc.