nevard_130514_PGCH_IMG_3911, a photo by nevardmedia on Flickr.
I decided to add a couple of extra isolation sections to make the operation more flexible and interesting. Not relying on fishplates for electrical continuity makes this easy because it's just a matter of splicing in a toggle switch into the sub baseboard electrical circuit which provides the electrical continuity between sections of track. A 5 minute job.
This high level view is roughly what a 6 foot high operator will see from the front, the curved backscene and bright even built-in illumination being great for photography like this.
I'll be covering the above in detail, along with the construction of the new buildings and scenics in forthcoming Model Rail magazines issues.
- You can follow a detailed build of this layout in Model Rail Magazine www.model-rail.co.uk
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- See the layout in action at Railex www.railex.org.uk
- See the layout in action at Model Rail Live www.modelraillive.co.uk
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