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    Reliable Turnouts

    Looks like peco may be the way to go. How does peco track in general compare to atlas in appearance. I used atlas track before but never peco.
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    Reliable Turnouts

    I don't want to do all that work. I'm just looking for reliable turnouts that have powered frogs that loco's won't stall on in DC.
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    Reliable Turnouts

    Been out of MR'ing for 25 yr's and want to build a small HO switching layout using DC - no interest in DCC. The one thing that used to annoy me most was short wheelbase loco's [ sw's s-2's 44ter's] stalling on atlas switch frogs at slow speed. I know that you can juice the frogs by wiring them...




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