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    PECO Turn-Out Issue

    Hello. I was having trouble with a locomotive stalling at a particular Peco U-8361 turn-out. Long story short, I discovered that this particular turnout did not have a gap on the running rails at the rear of the turn-out. Please see picture. Has anyone else had this issue? I suspect this is my...
  2. Scratch building a code 70 switch

    Scratch building a code 70 switch

  3. Caboose Ind. High Level Switch stand.

    Caboose Ind. High Level Switch stand.

    Close-up of Caboose Ind's high level switch stand, photographed at the Anglin Oil siding on the C&S West SL RR.
  4. Siesta


  5. LaBelle stock car kit

    LaBelle stock car kit

    The sheep can come !
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    Switch wiring

    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.
  7. Tie Distressing

    Tie Distressing

    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...
  8. my first derail

    my first derail

    with switch stand from Details West, movable!
  9. Heated switch top view

    Heated switch top view

    Plumbing and Burners
  10. Heated Switch Burner

    Heated Switch Burner

  11. Heated Switch

    Heated Switch

    Propane fuel
  12. switch stands

    switch stands

    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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