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Offline David Dawes

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RhB signals
« on: April 29, 2018, 07:40:16 am »
Hi all, are there signals available for N to cover the RhB, either dummy or working. I want to add them to my layout. Would prefer the older, non speed system .

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Re: RhB signals
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2018, 10:19:23 am »
I think some of the signals from the Mafen SBB/BLS range would be suitable for use on an RhB layout. You would just need to choose the number of coloured aspects required and then wire them up to give the required combinations to suit your situation. I have no experience of 1:150 modelling so I don't how these 1:160 signals would look against your rolling stock but I shouldn't think the difference would be too obvious.
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Re: RhB signals
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2018, 01:44:40 am »
I think some of the signals from the Mafen SBB/BLS range would be suitable for use on an RhB layout. I have no experience of 1:150 modelling so I don't how these 1:160 signals would look against your rolling stock but I shouldn't think the difference would be too obvious.

In reality, signals on the RhB are a 'dinky' version of the standard gauge type, therefore having signals in 1:160 is actually exactly what is required, as it makes them smaller against 1:150 stock.

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