Track was diecast in the white metal alloy zamak. The segments were one mould, made up of the rail, chairs, sleepers lying on a bed of ballast. It was finished in grey.

Track consisted of a straight, curve, left and right handed points, a diamond crossing and a straight re-railer. Some of the re-railers had pin holes in them to attach the parts for an automatic level crossing. At each end of the tracks were lugs, to allow pieces to be interlocked together.

All track had Lone Star Locos and Made In England in high relief on the underside.

There were traditional buffers, of the wooden sleeper with a ballast fill design. These were diecast and finished in black, with red buffer beam and a white lamp on top.

There were components for creating a railway overbridge. This consisted of gradient piers, a truss and a deck.

The gradient piers came in 7 sizes, providing a steady gradient, on which track was mounted. These piers could be used to lead up to a truss overbridge, which could clear a railway line underneath. Two sets of piers were required to lead up to the overbridge and down the other side. The piers were a brick design, diecast and finished in red.

The truss overbridge consisted of two side panels making a bowstring truss. This clipped into the lug holes present on the tallest gradient pier. It was diecast and finished in silver.

Incline track base pieces were manufactured, to act as decking between the piers and the track bed. These were straight or curved. They were diecast and finished in grey.

Also, a level crossing made up of two automatic lifting barrier arms, which clipped into holes made on a specific re-railer track.