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I wonder if someone could tell me if I'm on the right track with the shoving of timbers in the following formation.  I've not done anything with the plain track to the right as I'm more interested in the timbering of the turnout to the left and slip to the right.  Track is based on NER/LNER practice if that makes a difference...

John



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John,

Post the box file for the plan so we can see the details more clearly.

Rob


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johndon wrote: I wonder if someone could tell me if I'm on the right track with the shoving of timbers in the following formation. I've not done anything with the plain track to the right as I'm more interested in the timbering of the turnout to the left and slip to the right.Hi John,

The slip is fine. For the turnout I think you might do better to change to equalized incremental style. For NER/LNER you have probably got 4 or 5 too many long timbers, it is more likely that the plain track sleepers would be interlaced between the normal length timbers.

A lot depends on the location and traffic. If this double track is part of the fast ECML, square-on apart from the middle section of the slip, and plenty of long timbers. If it's goods lines, loops, or in a yard, equalized and very few long timbers.

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Martin.

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Cheers Martin, it's part of the east end of Newcastle Central Station so I'll go with equalized and few long timers.

John
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