90 Track ID neede?!! Not Ives?

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by TedTrain, Jan 17, 2004.

  1. TedTrain

    TedTrain Member

  2. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    Hi Ted and welcome to the gauge. Sorry mate, I cannot help you with that, not seen 3 rail stuff since I was 7 years old.LOL
    Someone will be able to ID it for you I am sure.
  3. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

    Welcome Aboard Ted :)

    What are you looking for?? A brand name or a part number???

    Is this O Gauge, or O-27 Or Standard??? I dont think they actually labeled the Crossing tracks because they listed them in the catalogs as: "90 Deg." or "30 Deg" Etc.....

    But as always - someone may know more than me - The only 3 rail I'm into is Standard gauge. :) Best of Luck!
  4. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

    A close look at the ties and insulaters make me think it was made by Dorfan.
    I could be wrong.
  5. TedTrain

    TedTrain Member

    Track Size.

    Hi ALL!
    Thanks for the comments!

    Anyhow.....this track is weird!
    It measures from the outside to outside of the tubed rails, 1 5/8" across, the height of the track is 3/4". the length of the staight track is 9 5/16 long.
    This thing IS strange!

    Many thanks!! TedTrain
  6. Mike R

    Mike R Member

    Ted, I'm surprised a moderator wouldn't try to steer you elsewhere where you might get a response...you might try posting this in the "G / O / S" section of this forum, but try titling it "question for TCA track specialists", or something like that...that way you get a Train Collectors' Association member to see your post for sure.
    good luck & regards,

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