A Railroad with Relevance

Sub-roadbed Joint Refinement

Written By: Alan - Jul• 21•13

All of the sub-roadbed pieces are cut and placed in location on the benchwork. Each section was cut so as to leave a little extra on the ends so the sections would overlap. It is time to trim the overlaps so the sections butt together. This collection of photos shows the sub-roadbed pieces marked for cutoff. Additionally, there are a few places where trimming other than on the ends is required. Those marks have been made as well. Next step is to take each section to the workbench, trim the end, and place back into position.


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One Comment

  1. Rob says:

    Alan it’s looking good. It likely will not be too long till we see some trains on the track.

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