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PECO Track and Accessories for Sale

PECO have been manufacturing model railway track in the united kingdom for over 70 years, I have personally been using PECO track for over 40 years.

We stock popular items from their range of track for N gauge, OO gauge, O gauge, SM32 and Gauge 45. If you need a specific item we are happy to order it for you.

The PECO OO Gauge Setrack items are 100% compatible with the Hornby OO Gauge Track system, and the PECO Streamline SL-100 flexible track can also be used with Hornby track. Streamline turnouts are different lengths to the Hornby equivalent.

In addition to PECO track we also stock accessories such as rail joiners, turnout motors, switches, buffer stops and more.

Please browse the categories below by clicking on the image or description below.

PECO N Gauge Track

PECO N Gauge Track

PECO N Gauge Streamline track system

PECO OO9 Gauge Track

PECO OO9 Gauge Track

PECO O Gauge Streamline track system

PECO OO Gauge Track

PECO OO Gauge Track

PECO OO Gauge Streamline track system

PECO O Gauge Track

PECO O Gauge Track

PECO O Gauge Streamline track system

PECO SM32 Track

PECO SM32 track

PECO SM32 Streamline track system

PECO G45 Track

PECO G45 track

PECO G45 Streamline track system

PECO Gauge 1 Track

PECO Gauge 1 track

PECO Gauge 1 Streamline track system

Track Accessories

PECO buffers

Turnout Motors, Signals, rail joiners, ballast etc....

 

When considering your first layout here are some thoughts to help you:

  • Manufacturers will quote the minimum radius suitable for their models. This refers to the radius of curves in your model railway.
  • Locomotives with only 4 wheels will happily go round tighter curves than engines with 6 or more wheels.
  • PECO and Hornby both refer to curves and points being Short (1st Radius), Medium (2nd Radius) and Large (3rd Radius)
  • Tight curves and especially tight S Curves (opposing curves with no straight between them) can give problems with long carriages or locos.
  • Never lay track directly onto sandy or fluffy surfaces as debris will enter the locomotives workings and destroy them.
  • Your baseboard or track base should be as firm as possible to stop track flexing.
  • Laying the track onto strips of cork will reduce the drumming noise of trains running on the baseboard.
  • Good quality nickel silver rails such as those used by PECO will give better conductivity than steel rails.
  • Track should be fixed to the board using tack pins. Start with the points (or turnouts) to set the track spacings and work from there.
  • Keeping rails clean using methylated spirits or isopropyl alcohol will keep trains running properly.
  • If you are skilled with a soldering iron then soldered connections to track will always be better than push fit connectors