Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

Re: Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

Postby Bernd » Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:00 am

ConducTTor wrote:The wire spring is great idea! Never thought about it.


I believe it's a great idea for a portable or modular type layouts that are going to go to shows. Less wiring for sure.

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Re: Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

Postby dileTTante » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:28 pm

Similar spring mechanism is used in Kuehn turnouts. One reason to like them.

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Re: Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

Postby Bernd » Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:44 pm

dileTTante wrote:Similar spring mechanism is used in Kuehn turnouts. One reason to like them.

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Peco uses them to on their HOn30 turnouts.

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Re: Otter Creek Falls Coal & Lumber Rwy

Postby Bernd » Thu Aug 02, 2018 3:11 pm

Bumping this back up so I can remember where I left off.

Haven't touched it in over a year. The talk here: https://www.ttnut.com/there-market-for-t3183.html#p43546 has me fired up again to start working on this module.

Also this one I ran across. I had stopped since I couldn't remember where I had seen the caboose by Jack Work. Now I know what magazine it was in.

https://www.ttnut.com/freelance-caboose-build-t2895.html?hilit=caboose

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