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It is code 100 atlas flex track. I only have 2 pieces of sectional track they are on the lift out section to keep the sliding rail from sliding.Flex track is the only way to go. And you can do it . Take your time and think it through before you do any thing. If you build it and don't like what you end up with tear it out and start again.
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the ties ready look real. what did you use for weathering?
After I got the track where I wanted it I gave it a light spray of rustoleum ruddy brown primer. I also used a light oil on a rag to coat the railhead which made it easy to clean off the paint before it completely dried, also masked the points on switches / turnouts then started the scenery around it Ballast was the last thing I did.
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