(7)I invested in the Lionel TMCC system for the wireless remote mainly. I have maybe 2 or 3 TMCC equipped locomotives. I have a couple of smart sound equipped
(5)Thank you. Sounds interesting. I am going to try the IR device and see what happens today and experiment a little more. Thank you for the assistance and Happy
(6)What I do is connect a single insulated rail section to a timer relay. I then have a steady current path for a preset duration of time. I use different time
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(9)Good question! I bought some Lionel O72 switches offered by a seller in Franklin TN, which is nearby. Don't know if they are still offering that service.
(4)Thanks for the advice-I found out that the pins were rusted in quite well, making their removal difficult- mission accomplished-Thanks again-Rolf
(7)That was it, thank you. Alan ... From: "'Bruce Sherman' firstname.lastname@example.org [Lionel_PostwarTrains]" Date:
(4)Photos need to be approved, yours are now up-TM Thomas M. McLean From: "email@example.com [Lionel_PostwarTrains]"
(5)What is most frustrating is that the engine stops before it gets to the station. I would love to know how Lionel got the entire train to park in front of the
(4)Guys I appreciate the info. I had no idea that Lionel used the tab and slot coupler. I had a hunch the engine and tender were old, but figured early postwar. I
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