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expressemery

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Track building cleaning and maintenance .
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Cool layout sheet

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Here is the method I use to secure track to table. I then use hobby putty to fill joints and sand.

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RAMP Racing

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Nice track, wish I had one.

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I used Elmer's Glue, Gorilla Wood Glue, and hot glue to attach the Atlas and Lionel Track to the wood on my new layout.  I used Sikken's Kombi Putty for smoothing the junctions and other seams.  You can follow the progress on the building of the New Brooklands Sppedway at http://www.reesed.com/NewBrooklands/NewBrooklands.html.  If you want to see the original track I built before I had to demolish it to move, please check out http://www.reesed.com/speedway/index.htm.

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