Ace platforms

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sparesman
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Joined: 07 Aug 2011, 22:01

Re: Ace platforms

Post by sparesman » 13 Jun 2017, 23:24

No different to the real railway except the difference in height was ramped as opposed to stepped:-
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Terry :D

edsley
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Joined: 15 Dec 2015, 12:09

Re: Ace platforms

Post by edsley » 19 Jun 2017, 12:20

binnsroad wrote:At the moment, I am moving track around, trying to find the best positions, particularly with regard the larger tin buildings. Having the platforms stay where I put them is great.

Graeme
I was happy with my solution. I cut blocks of wood that slipped firmly inside the platform section. I screwed these to the baseboard and the platform section are pressed down on to them . For a more permanent fix, screws can be put through the existing holes in the brickwork into the wooden blocks.
Mine came out at a god height to the coaches , but this was a result of having the platforms on a sheet of MDF. This roughly coincide d with the thickness of the BL battens.
So all worked well, but probably more good luck than good management.

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