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In 20121009 0587 - Posted Oct 14, 2012
Thanks for the compliments George, much appreciated   :)

Yes, well spotted, the scissors is the Peco one.  I've slightly cheated by using 4 Peco point motors (no room for my usual switched Seeps) and a couple of spare outputs on a Hex Frog Juicer I already have.  As both lines are on the same down lines and use the same DCC power district the only thing I have had to switch are the 2 main frogs.

In DSCF0211 - Posted Mar 26, 2012
Hi Richard,

I created the track layout using a graphics program and just drew thick black lines for the track, added the text and printed the result onto A4 paper.  This was then mounted on a piece of hardboard, drilled the holes for the push buttons and laid a piece of perspex over the top.  The wooden box was made from thin ply and the black frame was a photo frame from the local Chinese shop.

I run a Digitrax DCC system and CML do a circuit board, the DTM30 which interfaces with Digitrax's loconet.  You just wire the push buttons to the board, program it using the free CML Locoanalyse program and then all you need between the layout and the control board is the 6 way loconet cable and a 9v power supply, job done.

If you need any more info, let me know.

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