More pic's. Below: Here's the Triple Helix during construction. If you see a box marked Dodge. That isn't Dodge car parts that's a Dodge Fluid Box, embalming fluids. Great storage boxes. Below: The Triple helix is just about done. Temporary Bridges are in and all that's left is installing the main line around the front of the layout. Below: Is where the two sections of the layout tie together. It's also the same area I had to remove in order to move the layout. Bridges had to come out. Risers and the main line had to be removed. Oh yes, tho "Wireus Repairus #1" Wires had to be cut and now I Get To put them back together. You'll see roughly scribed, "Reverse Loop". I had to go and make things complicated by changing a run. Turning what was a disconnected balloon loop into a reversing loop. Much better that way. Below: The circuitry I diagrammed for this reverse loops on the layout. There's more then one. Before I try to explain this. The reversing switch on the transformer is used for switching only. The two reversing DPDT's I built into the layout. They are strictly for the Main, Reversing Loops and I'll explain as we go along. Here we go: It starts with two reversing DPDT's at the Transformer or Power Supply. One is for the Main line and the other for the Reverse Loops, Wye's and Turntables. If you have a hard time following it. You wouldn't be the only one. I should diagram one using a darker pencil. Scan and bring it here. What I was looking for and got. I could run through any reversing loop without having to stop and reverse the Loop and or/the Transformer. This is much easier to work with. Reverse the main on the way out and it's a non-stop operation. Below: The two pictures of the linear control panels. These are temporary for now. When finished they will look the same but nicely finished off. The model railroad is to curvy for a map control panel. I choose to go with a Linear panel. Hoping to have train indicator lights built in. This is the Mainline up and back to the Hidden Staging yard. It's very simple. Cab A to the Left and Cab B to the right. Where two DPDT's are on top of each other, is where a siding has been installed. Before I forget. Cab A really is to the left of the control panels and Cab B is to the right. Simple. I just did a Hummm and a What? When I looked at this last picture of the control panels. That's how long it's been since I've had the layout up and running. Although the way things are going, that could of been yesterday. Feels like it. The Center panel is for the Hidden Staging Yard With the Yellow Sliders controlling one Yard track each. Basically, SPST but fed from a DPDT. Or better said, Cab A and Cab B. Analog DC. I can cut in DCC to Cab B. Not something I want to do at this time Nor would I recommend it at this time. The control panel to the right is the Coal District. It is a two track district. The humm or question that pooped into my head was what was I thinking as there are some additional SPST toggles in the middle. That was old wiring before I changed up the top of the Coal District and extended the two tracks. They controlled two industry spur tracks. Got's to be able to handle the Empty Coal Trains without running into the Fully Loaded trains heading out of the yard. There will be two spur tracks and I may make some other changes so I will be, for sure, replacing this control panel. The DPDT's you see wired together laying on the top of my tool chest, are off a much older layout. They work very well and may eventually end up in a switching yard I have planned. Got's to get what I have back together first. There's more but I'm about to fall asleep. Stay tuned. Later.