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I have an automatic switch on my layout that is not wired. What wiring do i need to go from the switch to the Switch control box. I currently only have 20 Gauge, And no the switch didnt come with wires this is a 15 year old set.
Trying to show the distressing done on a few ties just prior to the start of the Curved switch leading to the Serpha Copper & Iron Works and Anglin Oil Works as well as the Noth South Main Line and the Anglin Oil loading facility sideing for more convient loading through the overhead pipe...
Now, I 've started to install switch stands at my Third Street Industrial District. These are switch stands from Details West. But I made them moveable. You will find the article at my homepage.
The GE 44-ton is made by Keystone but got a new driving unit. Now, it 's a gem. Look at the video...
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