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G-gauge Track Bumpers

I have a large board permanently set up where I can test locomotives in N, HO, S, O, and G gauge. It works great but the G-gauge test track was the only one without track bumpers at each end. Bad for runaway locomotive that soon become flying locomotives and then become crashed locomotives. With time on my hands I knew it was time to fix that problem. Since I could not find any commercial track bumpers, my alternative was build my own. I stripped a couple of brass track rails out of an old piece of track, started cutting, and broke out the torch to solder them. They are not pretty but they do stop runaways from hitting the floor. Enjoy life. Get a hobby... and build something.

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