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I bought a Atlas track kit that included 2 remote snap switches and buttons to control them but no wiring diagram.
Some of our more experienced people aren't really fond of atlas switches, but I'll let them tell you about that. I agree they arent working so well but I did look at some of the PECO stuff today as suggested on here and now I have this question. Then the trains were gone,and there was nothing but rails, the earth, the moon, the river and strong silence-  And the Haunting and Immortal visage of America by night. If there was a template people could fill out with all the pertinent information about their layouts such as, track brand and code, dimensions, layout type (walk around, island, wall etc), bench work (open grid, L girder etc), turnouts, minimum radius, maximum grade and other information that would be helpful and inspiring to us. I found if you take a small .5" piece of copper wire and run it along the back of the point and back of the closure rail, it cuts down on the amout of feeders you need to run.
The more I try to understand insulfrogs and live frogs the more I get confused about their purposes. Now I understand why my all wheel pick-up diesels and bridge wired steam locos ran slowly and smoothly through plasitc frogs iI had on past layouts. I noted that CVT and the Superfine turnouts made by Proto87 (that take RP25 110 wheels) have a metal frog that is isolated with gaps on both ends of it. Could I get away with not wiring the metal frog considering all my locos have all wheel pick-up? I am installing caboose industries ground throw with the terminals to power the frog on my turnouts and have two questions.1.
I hope this will not be a forum for critiquing or long discussions, just a repository of MRH member plans. I have not built this, this is only one option I am looking at, since I havent actually built the building that will someday house the layout.


My idea was to have a 2 main track railroad, where trains could be looped for open houses and railfanning, but for operations, trains would come out of staging, run over the line, and either end at the modeled yard or back to staging.
Visit his website about wiring and DCC, garden train and much more : Wiring for DCC (see links page).
The outside ends (one of each module) tapers to 24" endplates per the (single-track) Free-mo specification. Or should I make the effort of wiring up for any future short wheel based loco that my be visiting or purchased? Can some one tell me what size screw fits the hole next to the frog so I have somthing to soider to?2. I understand that it is hard to soider to the frog and some suggest to use a screw in the hole close to the frog on the atlas turnouts. The concerns revolve around the electrical contact in the ground throw in that they work loose and need to be either glued or attached in some manor other then the manufacturer suggests. As a matter of fact that particular style of throw cured my power routing troubles in a couple of throw points.Thanks for bringing up this issue for future reference. This track plan is something that I would be happy with, so not everyone is going to think this is the best plan every, but I designed it for me, and I like it. There is also a branch line that ends at a coal flood loader, to add lots of unit coal trains.
The inner endplates also (mostly) conform to (dual-track) Free-mo standards, although the end width, scenery and secondary tracks do not. Someone posted some photos of Sheboygan Falls and I thought about a couple of Free-Mo O scale concepts. You can also change the polarity with a simple toggle or slide  switch but then you have to rig up some kind of linkage to get it to throw the points too.


Anyone use these can post a photo of where the bronze piece goes or give some hints the instructions are not real clear. I'm moving forward with building the Eastern area and may build the Western part later. You can also use a reversing circuit if you run DCC and the frog polarity will automatically reverse to match the polarity of a loco approaching it.
The prototype line has been closed for some time though the tracks remain in several spots.
The plan is to  add another leg along a second wall of the room which will result in a L shape.
The plan is to build the module sets as free-standing since basements in California were hunted to extinction after WW2. The blue thing on the right is a Blue Point controller( there's actually two shown, the right one is wired the left one has not yet been wired).
They are #6 and have a fairly long frog so it wasn't any more trouble than the other feeders. Still deciding on corner module designs to join them, but am looking at 48" minimum radius.
It has three wires attached( the other lines are shadows of the wires ) The white wire runs from the white bus to one outside terminal on the controller, the black wire to the other outside terminal, and the green wire from the center terminal to the frog.
SP or UP main on left side with interchange, ATSF or BNSF main on right side with interchange.



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