Réf.: Re: Re : Réf.: [Z_Scale] Re: Z Ops was Frustrated, Discouraged, and Disillusioned
- Thank so much Loren! But that's still a sort of Plywood Pacific and I've yet a lot of scenery work to comply with. Have a nice NTS!
Le sam. 02 juil 2011 15:39 CEST, Loren Snyder a écrit :
>That is some real smooth switching operation you have going there. Good
>track work, electrical, and clean track plus well maintained locos and
>rolling stock...........a winning combination.
>Any yard operations worker would be pleased to work in your switching yard.
>From: de Champeaux Dominique
>Date: 7/2/2011 4:01:30 AM
>Subject: Re : Réf.: [Z_Scale] Re: Z Ops was Frustrated, Discouraged, and
>>I'll look forward to watching your video, Dom. In the meantime, what >brand
>of turnouts are you using and have you made any modifications to >achieve
>reliability? Why power-routing turnouts?
>Basically a power-routing turnout displays a continuous juice flowing thanks
>to its powered frog, on the opposite of insulated-frog turnouts. So you have
>no risk of a loco stalling because of one of its axles stuck on the
>insulated frog. Very useful with our small scale. Myself I'm using turnouts
>from Peter Wright, UK. http://www.wrightturnouts.com . Unfortunately it
>seems that this gentleman has health issues to deal with, and that he
>currently doesn't run his business. There's another solution for "true"
>power routing turnouts, Fast Tracks, which I consider in the future if Peter
>doesn't resume his activity.
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