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E-Z Track

Originally like most other train manufacturers, Bachmann’s train sets used conventional snap-track, originally in brass then switching to steel in the early 1980s. In 1994, Bachmann introduced the then-revolutionary E-Z track that featured HO track built onto a moulded plastic roadbed that could be assembled like typical HO track. This allowed for operating HO trains on the floor without worry of dust, lint and carpet fibres, though traditional tabletop layouts could also be designed using this track system.
While integrated-roadbed track was not invented by Bachmann – foreign train manufacturers such as Kato and Märklin Trains all had their own types of roadbed track – the E-Z Track was still new and innovative to the North American HO train market.
Initially offered only in steel, a nickel-silver version of the track line came out in 1996, and a wide variety of track length and turnout selections became available in the line, including E-Z Command DCC turnouts. After the success of the HO track line, E-Z Track was also made available in N scale as well.
Train sets manufactured by Wm. K. Walthers and Athearn also come with E-Z Track, as both companies do not make their own HO track.

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