N-scale pre dcc era

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Are there any of us N-SCALERS left who are old school N-SCALE? The PRE DCC ERA.. the 1970’s - 1990’s.

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Me too.....our club (NTRAK) is still 90% DC also. My layout is small enough that I don't need DCC for operations, which just leaves some of the "fun" stuff like sound and light effects for DCC, and I still have only a few dual-mode locos, so I haven't invested, even though I still have an open slot on my rotary selectors , so I could add DCC simply enough.

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