ho layout

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by fitter 539, Jan 12, 2003.

  1. fitter 539

    fitter 539 New Member

    I am thinking of using the Power-loc track for my ho layout I found plan that I like and Power-loc will work its my first layout.thanks fitter539:)
  2. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    G'day Fitter and welcome to our little home. :)

    I'm not familiar with Power-loc track, but I'm sure someone is. No reponses doesn't mean you haven't been heard, just that few must use it, so they have "no comment". I'm sure someone will have something to say. :)

    Well, I did, anyway. :D
  3. Pitchwife

    Pitchwife Dreamer

    Hi Fitter

    I am using a stretch of Life-Like Power-Loc track, mainly because a package I bought on eBay came with a bunch of it. It will, however, be used high up at the very back of the layout and will mostly be hidden behind the terrain. If you just want a track for your trains to run around o like under the Christmas tree it's fine. But if you want something that looks even remotely realistic go with something like snap or flex track (preferably nickel/silver). In the end it's cheaper too. Good luck

  4. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member

    Power-Lok Track...

    Hi, Fitter!

    My On30 set came with Bachmann's version of Power-Lok, called E-Z Track, and it has proven to be useful for my son who likes to occaisionally set up "his OWN layout" on the living room floor.

    Perhaps it could also be used for later hidden trackage. (?)

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