Canadian Canyons Series: Part 22 – Laying upper level track 1

Another video on trackwork? Well, YES! This time David wanted to be sure you saw a couple techniques that weren't addressed in the previous videos of our N scale Canadian Canyons Series. First up, David shows how to install a Tortoise by Circuitron switch motor in tight spaces that won't accommodate power tools. He then goes on to demonstrate how to install curved track featuring concrete ties. Plenty of helpful hints, tips, and tricks to be discovered!

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