While there are several methods, most commonly, track is attached with latex caulk. "Roadbed track", like the Kato Unitrack you're using, tends to be a sounding board for the noise of moving trains. It also doesn't have much bottom surface area that actually contacts the platform. A thin bead of caulk along each edge will hold the track in place, and also help insulate the track roadbed from the platform, which is an even more effective sounding board.Thanks for the thoughts, there will be a 2 x4 substructure to fully support the platform. I am just trying to get platform built to layout the track and the village streets. Too much money tied up in the houses to not keep it from collapsing.
As you can see in the picture I have 4 pieces of kato track how does it get attached I am thinking some will stay attached while the joints will need to be removable. Flex track had nails in the ties I do not see any holes in the kato.
Bachmann makes EZ track. Kato makes Unitrack. If you go on ebay and search Kato 3-115 you will find that set brand new for $78.63. Free shipping.I went to hobby town today and my layout is over 150 using Bachman unitrack, si I think I am back to ho flextrack and cork bed any sites with good prices and/or veterans discounts
Looking for 5 36 inch tracks 6 36 in beds at least 1 rerailer and a power section