Track Planning

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Nutter
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Track Planning

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It has been around for a while but just discovered the current version of SCARM has T Gauge Track in its Library.
Not tried it yet as I downloaded it again for Z Gauge track.
Mike
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lockebros
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Re: Track Planning

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Nutter wrote:It has been around for a while but just discovered the current version of SCARM has T Gauge Track in its Library.
Not tried it yet as I downloaded it again for Z Gauge track.
Anyrail also has T gauge lrack library.
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NCSophie
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Re: Track Planning

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My apologies for resurrecting an old thread, but I'd like to put in my thumbs up for SCARM also. When the thread was started it was free and has now since gone to a paid version, but I have used it for years with G scale layouts and I love it. We just purchased the Beachcomber T Gauge starter set and I was able to enter it into SCARM with no problems.
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gbtrains
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Re: Track Planning

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HI
I use SCARM to help me plan and plot what the layout will look like in track plan mode.

Very usefull program. :D

ps 700mm flexitrack is not on :o


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Re: Track Planning

Post by Sallytrafic »

I use railmodeller pro. It has the complete suite of T gauge tracks. There is a free lite version that you can try.

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