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    Mouse or Mice?

    When the cat is away the mice play.
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    Constantly derailing...

    I agree, it solved most of my derailment issues.
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    I had a learning experience

    Everything you mentioned is true.. I too found out making and planning the scenery and layout is just as enjoyable as running the trains. Keep up the good work.
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    A few pics from the club layout

    Nice. I'd certainly be there... like... hmmm... every day!
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    Broken switch - is it repairable?

    Super glue, or Epoxy(5 or 20 min) have helped me out countless times. Soldering of course when It is metal to metal, like making specific track lengths. And Elmer's for minor stuff. Yeah, I would attempt to repair the turnout.



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