The servo turnout control circuit is just a 556 IC (or two 555's), 2 diodes (or 2 transistors), 4 resistor and 4 capacitors with a double throw...
And with my Kato Super Dome arriving today, my Super Continental consist is starting to come together.
Time I go on the Warpath. :)
1967 CN Super Continental. I mean CN did buy the Lake sleepers, Superdomes and Skytops from the Milwaukee Road for it.
A "beginner" level GP7/9/18/20. Something that can be mass produced to keep costs down but of decent enough quality that experts would not...
Well, carpeting. However, I've found that you are a lot more careful with your rolling stock when it's at head height than when it's at waist height.
I guess this would be a bad time to point out that that train is currently over 66 inches above the floor. :whistle:
And if you didn't recognize what was forming with my last round of purchases, my new Con-Cor Budd dome observation should make it more clear:
A Kato Slumbercoach bodyshell, 2 Con-Cor 10/6 sleepers, and a Riverossi Baggage-Dormatory and now I can put together something that's starting to...
Welcome. There's always room for more scale hoser hostlers in here. :)
Either that or you're modelling the Niagara frontier. :P
A Canadian moment you say? ;)
Well, if you are experimenting with the electronics side of the hobby, a plywood pacific would be the preferred option.
Something to hold me over until Kato releases the Hiawatha shell assemblies.
Any idea if Kato has plans to release a cobblestone version of the unitram system?
After a bit of mail shenanigans, my two Rapido baggage cars finally arrived. Naturally, I quickly put them together with the rest of my Rapido...
A pair of Rapido's new baggage cars.
Some questions are best left unanswered. :s
Move the decimal point.