Re: [z_scale] Re: help with wiring
- It sounds like heat kinks in the track aren't just a problem for big
trains, too. The recent Amtrak wreck (on CSX track) was nearly in my
Washington, DC Z-Bend Track
> Hi Karin,ADVERTISEMENT
> To be perfectly honest, I got the best wiring info from an old
> Kalmbach Publishing manual called "Wiring Made Easy". It dealt with
> HO and O scales for the most part. For my money the Atlas wiring
> manual that you refer to will do fine for Marklin and any other
> sectional track. The scale is not all that important.
> The main issue to remember is to add feeder wires every 3 feet or so
> along main lines and to make sure that the track gauge hasn't changed
> where you have soldered wires to the rails. The heat can melt ties
> and allow the rail separation to change.
> It was a pleasure meeting you in Ft. Lauderdale.
> Happy Railroading,
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