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Transition Tracks

For use between sections of Code 100 and Code 75 track, so for example could be used to incorporate a Code 75 Asymmetric 3- way Turnout (SL-E199) into a Code 100 layout, or to connect a Code 100 Streamline or Setrack 'fiddle yard' to a Code 75 scenic section.

Normally conductive; although the electrical connections between the 2 rail types can be cut to provide an electrical break. Supplied in a pack of 4.

Streamline Bullhead Track

Bullhead track has been in use on the railways since the earliest times, and is still very much in evidence today. This flexible track provides a highly detailed and faithful 00 scale replication of this long standing feature of Britain's railways.

Our SL-114 Bullhead Rail Joiners include bolt detail and therefore complement the fine detail of this track range.

Rail Joiner

Designed to be used with our 00/H0 Code 100 track systems (Ref nos. SL-100 and 102); also with 0 Gauge Bullhead (SL-700BH) and 0-16.5/0n30 (SL-500) track systems.

Cosmetic Fishplates

12 cosmetic fishplates to use at joints between Code 124 and Code 143 rails.

70 Line Flexible Track, Wooden Sleeper

Whilst our HO Code 83 track is perfect for modelling American mainlines, this new Code 70 track is just right for secondary lines, lightly-used branches, sidings, etc. Indeed, it will be perfect for modelling the early-to-mid 20th century railroading era when lighter rail was more commonly used. Featuring accurate rail spike detail, correctly proportioned ties (sleepers) and nickel silver rail, this new flexible track has been produced to the same high standard that modellers have come to expect from PECO and confirms to the specifications laid down by the NMRA..

Bullhead Buffer Stop, Rail-built

Most buffer stops of the period prior to the 1970s were constructed from spare bullhead rail and these new mouldings contain plenty of detail such as bolt heads and the bullhead profile of the rail. The design has also accounted for the option of an alternative buffer for EM gauge.

There are enough parts in the kit for two buffer stops. Designed to clip onto the bullhead rail profile, this easy-to-assemble kit will be simplicity itself to install. 

Test Product

Whilst our HO Code 83 track is perfect for modelling American mainlines, this new Code 70 track is just right for secondary lines, lightly-used branches, sidings, etc. Indeed, it will be perfect for modelling the early-to-mid 20th century railroading era when lighter rail was more commonly used. Featuring accurate rail spike detail, correctly proportioned ties (sleepers) and nickel silver rail, this new flexible track has been produced to the same high standard that modellers have come to expect from PECO and confirms to the specifications laid down by the NMRA..

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