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Hey Flashbang. Have been consuming a lot of written material & I think the Cobalt route is the path I am going to go down. Will probably order a couple to fiddle & play with. Along with a PSU of some sorts. Am in no rush to start building so will take my time in choosing everything. I like t...
Hi JS, I've not bought one of these but perhaps this might help you? I was eyeing it up for my layout (if I ever get stated on it that is). http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BLOCKsignalling-Points-Position-Indicator-PPI4-DC-Hornby-Seep-Gaugemaster-Motor-/161463421658?pt=UK_Trains_Railway_Models&hash=it...
- Mon Dec 29, 2014 2:36 pm
- Forum: Track/Layout Design
- Topic: Hatford Junction Loft Layout
- Replies: 25
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It's going to be my first attempt at a DCC layout mate if I can get my head around it ;-) I am returning to this older wiser and richer(ish) - when I left it was all DC and now this digi thing seems a whole lot simpler. Two wire concept and everything being addressed. Nice. Points still a pain in t...
Am bamboozled by how to construct a mimic panel for my point work. I have Peco electrofrog points code 75. Isolated frog etc and the frog currently wired to a switch reversing the polarity. All works fine on my rather small test track. What I want to do is rewire so I can push/throw a switch & h...
- Sat Dec 27, 2014 9:51 am
- Forum: Personal Layouts - Under Construction
- Topic: Re: British Rail 1988 to 1990 - Weathering class 58s
- Replies: 162
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Old thread I appreciate but as a new comer to all this I am blown away by some of the standards I am seeing, Staggering. And the YouTube to match.