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    I started 30 plus years ago with DC A few years ago I started the switch to DCC with the Digitrax Chief. Getting close to 70 years in age I find myself running the trains less and less because I can not wrap my head around the Digitrax cab. I have no switches on my layout . I can run 4...
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    Buss wire two seperate lines

    Using DCC I have one loop or circuit no switches just one long rail. I have feeders and buss wire for this line. Now I have run a double line beside the first line. Imagine a circle in a circle. My question is can I drop my feeders down and connect to the original buss wire or do I need to...
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    flex to snap

    Ive been modeling for a while on and off. I have the HO layout of the Central Midland. A bursted water pipe a few months back has putme and the layout in a mess with track and cork warping and twisting. I have thought about using something like bachman flex track. Just take it all up and...

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