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    Default Flextrack is prototypical

    Interesting video on Virtual Railfan.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3VdzpoirbI

    At the 01:32 mark - 1:1 scale flex track.
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    Atlas Super-Flex.



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    WOW! Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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    YUP that is LaGrange KY. Just up the road from Louisville. Neat to go up to LaGrange, go eat in track side restaurant, and have CSX put on a show. Never been up there and NOT seen trains roll thru. Restaurants learned real quick that trackside seats can be in demand.
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    So, they just eyeballed it straight? I never saw them align that wiggly flex track up against a metal ruler.

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    4:08 - I wonder if the excavator guy even knows he almost put the brakes on all the work going on.

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    I didn't see any POWER SUPPLY LINES.......are they running DCC? Hope their SOLDER joints between the rails don't break.
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