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Matrin, yeah I tried anyrail and realised it needed a whole set of new learning curves and that i don't mind except I have my own ambitions with Templot (assuming I can get on with it) and plans I wish to do. On that basis then it seems practical to only learn one.
The principles of using Templot, I would of thought, are the same for N Gauge as it is with OO Gauge Peco Streamline. What you have given me is the chance to try Templot out so thanks
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