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That's an old one MG - it's R771 a Midi-Tackmat.
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bulleidboy wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 1:58 pm That's an old one MG - it's R771 a Midi-Tackmat.
Thanks. I know it is built to use 3rd radius curves. To me the old trainsets had 1st radius curves and then the slightly older sets had 2nd radius curves. I believe (If I remember correctly) that the set this came from had 3rd radius and so was more modern. Maybe what I call modern and what others call modern is different. Haha!
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Hi Gents - thanks for the warm welcome!

The starter set I bought comes with a trackmat thanks - It's the larger one as the expansion set A is included!
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