HO Easy-Track Railway route kit Martinstadt

Item no.:  Noch-53610
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product type
layout building & scenery
technical & model details
gauge HO gauge
length (mm) 2430
width (mm) 1480
additional measurements Required minimum footprint: 210 x 120 cm
scale 1:87
Age notice not suitable under 14 years.

Easy-Track route kit "Martinstadt"
Easy-Track is a new way of thinking about model railways, because Easy-Track relieves you of the time-consuming and laborious steps of route planning. You start directly with the construction of your individual model railway layout in the size 210 x 125 cm. Easy-Track contains everything you need to get started with the construction of the track system: The routes for your individual dream system are already pre-cut, the stands for the route guidance only need to be put together, and detailed instructions explain the structure of the Easy-Track. Track route system. And of course all the important track plans are included in the route kit. All you need are the tracks from the manufacturer of your choice and a base plate. Thanks to the well thought-out Easy-Track system, you can set up the track system without any problems.
Your system could look like the model from Andreas Theis. Or maybe completely different? It's in your hand, because thanks to the Easy-Track kit you can design the model landscape according to your individual ideas. On the other hand, we have taken care of the technically complex track planning for you. You will find all parts such as track segments, stands and base plates for setting up the routing shown below along with a 1: 1 construction plan in the kit.
The set contains: 1: 1 plot route plan, track plans for Märklin C / K track, Trix C track Piko A track and Roco Line without bedding, 59 piers, maximum pillar height 19.5 cm, minimum pillar height 11.5 cm, 2 circular segments 30 °, 9 circular segments 60 °, 9 straight lane segments, 9 curved lane segments, wood screws.
In addition to individual parts for setting up the route system, the kit also contains the new Easy-Track guide, in which the structure of the system shown here is clearly explained step by step.

In 2011, the Noch company celebrated its 100th anniversary. That a company is allowed to celebrate its 100th birthday is certainly not a matter of course.

The company was founded in 1911 as a plumbing business in Saxony and has survived two world wars and also the flight from nationalisation in the GDR during the last 100 years. Noch has been dealing with accessories for model railways for 75 years. Initially, the company traded in model railway articles on the side, and later established its own factory, which slowly but steadily developed into the company it is today. We have now been at home in Wangen im Allgäu for 50 years. It is still owner-managed in the 4th generation and currently employs over 80 people.

In the 100-year company and product history, you will find many technical innovations and products that revolutionised model landscaping. The best examples are the deep-drawn prefabricated terrain in 1961, the first electrostatically flocked grass mat in 1963, super-realistic hard foam portals from 1983 and the Grass Master, which has been providing perfect grassing for everyone since 2005. In its anniversary year, Noch also ventured into the field of modern technology and innovative production methods: The new laser-cut building models mark the turning point for modern building model construction. It is not surprising that decisive innovations in this field come from Noch of all companies: The first model buildings were handmade at Noch as early as 1949.