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Non lego train track

simba42simba42 MILTON KEYNES, UKMember Posts: 43
While I don't want to stay from official Lego....  Has anyone used track from:

I really like the idea of not being constrained by the one corner size. 

Or does anyone know of a UK supplier? 
I know of ME-Models in the USA.  But again shipping is a killer.. 

Keep to know your thoughts on this.. 


  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 3,379
    God those look awful!

    I have a load of ME-Models track. Yes, shipping is expensive, but then the track is expensive, and if you're at the point where you're considering after-market rails, then chances are good that you've already spent a small fortune on Lego trains anyway!

    My only advice with ME-Models track is to glue it all together (it all comes as separate parts) :) MEK is the best stuff to use, but for goodness sake do it somewhere which is very well ventilated!
  • MattDawsonMattDawson Solihull, UKMember Posts: 1,202
    edited January 2017
    Some people on a Facebook group (OBVIOUS PLUG) have some trixbrix stuff and think it's ok. Personally I'd rather - having actually had some myself - have 4DBrix stuff, or save up and get some ME Models stuff. 

    I don't own any ME products but they've had good comments and reviews, with the exception of the sleepers/ties popping off the rails, so I'd recommend gluing them as well.
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 3,379
    I meant they look visually terrible - very few sleepers.
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