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Peco SL-1240 TT: 120 Buffer Stop

by PECO

Details

Scale: TT 1:120

Gauge: TT (12mm)

Plastic kit, 4 buffer stops per pack.

A craft knife, needle files and liquid poly cement are required for construction.

For use with PECO TT:120 code 55 flexible track and turnouts.

The ends of sidings and bay platforms are usually terminated with a buffer stop to prevent rolling stock leaving the end of the track. When sidings are re-laid with flat-bottom rails, as represented by the PECO TT:120 range of code 55 flexible track and turnouts, often the original buffer stops made of bullhead rail would be re-used, along with the short length of track to which they are attached. examples of this can still be seen in various locations on Britain’s railway network.

Each kit includes 4 buffer stops, including 30mm lengths of dummy Bullhead track they are attached to. Each unit locates on the end of the track and needs to be glued to the baseboard.
Original price $13.95 - Original price $13.95
Original price
$13.95
$13.95 - $13.95
Current price $13.95
Peco TT:120 Streamline Code 55

Peco TT:120 Streamline Code 55

Streamline ranges incorperate flexible lengths of track which can be manipulated to form far more geometric options, but represents a need for more expertise in both layout building and track planning.

Code 55 (rail height of 0.055") is a finescale standard for TT Gauge model railway. Because it utilizes the same joiners as code 80 in Peco's range, it can be used to expand on Hornby's range of TT Gauge railways (which is code 80), although the appearance between the 2 systems are slightly different.