After much research and looking at a lot of fellow modellers blogs i find myself asking should I have not been tight and got code 83 or 55 rail instead of the cheaper Code 100? With the main display side of my layout having its track all but laid minus a set of points and a siding i don't know if i can justify starting all over again. On one hand i've done all the laying of the track and spent good money on all new flex track and points, but after looking at some Proto 87 layouts i dont know if i can handle running on the 'I' beams of code 100. SO.... is there a convincing way of disguising code 100 with higher ballast etc (lucky most of my display is station setting) or do i have to bite the bullet or get over the inacuracy of the 100 track?
This is a shot of 4496 (A repainted and weathered tuscan trainorama 44) at the soon to be permanent Wobbegong Station. The rail looks huge without ballast?!
And the current track plan