Do n gauge tracks connect to triang train tracks?
No, triang is oo gauge and will connect to ho as long as the track code is OK. But N gauge is much smaller.
Many toy train tracks are made out of wood, which is typically safe as long as they don't have sharp edges. Some are made with rubber, but they are less common. If you are referring to the electric train sets for kids (and adults), they use metal tracks that connect together and power the trains through its metal wheels. Non-electric toy trains may have wood, plastic, or rubber tracks.
Sure, make the train tracks from materials that (in total) are lighter (less dense) than water. Presumably you want the train tracks to support a train as well; in that case, the weight of a certain piece of train tracks, plus the total weight of the train, should be less than the weight of the water displaced by the train tracks.
What do you do if your car is stuck on the tracks and a train is approaching get out the car and run?
If your car is stuck on the tracks, and a train is approaching- then YES- get OUT of the car and get off the tracks. It is not that the train engineer does not want to stop, it is that he CANNOT stop- it may take a mile or more in distance to fully stop a heavy train. You will lose the car, but you will keep your life.
Yes. Streetcars (more commonly known as trams or Light Rail) use the same sort of tracks as normal trains. The only difference is that when they are running along streets the tracks are recessed into the road surface so that other vehicles can use the same road. There are some cases where trams share the same tracks with normal trains (suburban, intercity, freight), then when they get into the city they run in the streets…
Is there anywhere where you can go onto train tracks to film your video without getting into trouble?
Best practices suggest that you obtain permission to film on train tracks. Why? When your film becomes widely viewed, someone will identify the location. Once reported, you may be subject to legal, monetary and other persuits by the train track owners. Finally, obtaining permission to use the train tracks as a set in your video can protect you and your crew from harm: the unexpected train that rolls down the tracks when you are shooting...