How to install these throttles to operate A.F. AC equipment with DC throttles and track.
This article covers how to handle modules with different rail heights (code 125 and code 100).
Introduction to Craig O'Connell. Includes a track plan of his layout.
Introduction to Dick Kloes.
Building modular backdrops from foamcore boards fastened with Velcro.
The author shares how the Connecticut S-Gaugers club decided on the dimensions of their modules. Shows diagrams of how they did their corner modules.
The author describes corner modules that can handle large equipment, and designing a set-up that doesn't require an odd spacer module with doing L-shaped set-ups.
The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers hand-laid the track on their modules.
The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers built their corner modules.
The construction information about the Connecticut S Gaugers' corner modules continues.
The construction information about the Connecticut S Gaugers' corner modules continues, covering trackwork in this issue.
The author describes that A.C. Gilbert A.F. locomotives can run on DC track power just fine, and that using walk-around throttles is a good alternative to increasing the power of your power pack.
This article covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers built #6 and #8 closed-frog turnouts for their club layout. Includes diagrams.
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