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It occurred to me that you could use 8-stud-long tiles, tilted ~3 degrees, resting on plates at different heights. Side view from a quick LeoCAD mock-up: Since clipping the tile to plates at different heights might stress the tile, I suggest to place it resting on top of tiles at different heights. Edit: After several iterations, I think the ramp should be ...


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Since the lips of slope bricks rest half a plate below the two-plate-thick roadplates, a solution might be.... to elevate the whole track by half a plate. This can be done with baseplates: Of course, this assumes that your train tracks will be elevated by one baseplate all around. But that's OK because we've learned from sets 4539-1 and 10128-1 that it's ...


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