How much space does a HO layout need?
An HO scale switching layout can be created on a 4 x 1 foot table, while a continuous loop railroad will need a 3 feet 6 inch x 4 feet table. A layout space of 6 feet x 4 feet would be enough to have an interesting HO scale layout with a continuous loop.
What is the best radius for HO trains?
15 to 22 inches
Length of Your Train
|Modeling Scale||Minimum Radius|
|N Scale||9 3/4 inches|
|HO Scale||15 to 22 inches|
|HOn3 Scale||15 inches (narrow gauge)|
|S Scale||20 to 30 inches|
How far apart should HO track be on curves?
For what it is worth, the distance between the two rails on a piece of track in HO gauge is 11/16 inch.
What are the codes for HO track?
Code 100 (. 100″), code 83 (. 083″), and code 70 (. 070″) are common sizes in HO scale while code 80, code 70, and code 55 are used for N scale.
What are the different PRR standard plans?
PRR Standard Plans 55611 A Tools, Pick, Clay PRR 55614 B Tools, Cutter, rail, Punch, track PRR 55614 C Tools, Cutter, rail, Punch, track PRR 55615 – Tools, Pick, tamping PRR 55619 – Tools, Sledge, 80-LB. PRR
How many tracks does the PRR 61001 have?
PRR PM 61001 A Roadway, Four Track with & without Outside Industrial Tracks Dec. 1912 PRR PM 61001 B Roadway, Four Track with & without Outside Industrial Tracks
What are some of the most important items built by the PRR?
A Switch Heater, Carbon oil Aug. 1955 PRR PM 70935 A gasoline service station Jul. 1931 PRR PM 70936 A Gasoline cans, container for Jan. 1928 PRR WS 70995 A Highway crossing gate, lamp support for Jun. 1926 PRR WS 71000 A Rail, 100-LB. P.S. Jan. 1924 PRRS RS 71001 A Rail, 130-LB. P.S. Jan. 1924 PRRS WS 71002 A
What are the turnout dimensions of a PRR pm 73156?
A Turnout dimensions for No. 6, 115-LB. R.E. rail Aug. 1965 PRR PM 73156 A Switch, Split, 11-‘0 straight, 115-LB. R.E. – Non-insulated Aug. 1965 PRR RS 73156 B