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Do you have any opinion on the etched brass catenary wire kits that Ginga Models makes (aside from that it appears nearly impossible to get in the States)? You can make catenary in N scale, but the practical question is how do get to the tracks with catenary? I saw you were talking about this stuff in 07 on zeallot, which I know you are informed more so that I and you bring up a very good point that we all need to keep in mind. Installing an extensive network of catenaries will require near perfect track work and should be done as the final step. As you stated cost plays a big part in this endeavor but the attempt is to achieve a balance in cost, effort and aesthetic. It seems like most of the guys here are using Kato or Tomix which sells their own simulated catenaries.
Sommerfeldt catenary looks incredibly good btw, they spend a lot of time and resources in making sure it looks correct.
This article has information on the catenery geometry used for the shinkansen (but not other lines) and so might be interesting. As promised, I took some photos at the annual Australian Model Railway Association's Caulfield (Melbourne) exhibition. My other half was helping out on the adjacent Brunel Hobbies stand, owned by John's wife, Mary.
I cannot remember all of the layout names off the top of my head but will edit this later to add further captions, using the programme to jog my memory where it has otherwise failed. Apologies also for the slightly variable quality - I have weeded out the worst of the blurred shots. More US stuff - a fascinating street car and railway combined in HO on the Phoenix Electric layout from Ballarat.
No, he's not making a finger gesture: Mac eloquently explains something to a visitor off-camera. The Model Bus Association of Australia (of which I am also a member) displayed their The High Street layout with Faller System vehicles and trams from various parts of the world - mostly OO scale but a HO vehicles and trams also appear at times. MBAA President (and also good friend and BRMA member!), Peter Leek, on the MBAA stand with a few items for sale. Southern Models (trade stand) had this diorama to show off their rather nice HO scale New South Wales interurban electrics. Yes, there were some wonderful layouts with excellent modelling - I simply couldn't photograph all of them.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Check out the WRENN OO RAILWAYS CATALOGUE ED 2 1974 TRACK PLANS 1958 PRICELIST HORNBY we found for sale on ebay. I'm getting the parts for my diorama together and I was just trying to figure out the spacing of the catenary poles and here it this post with the information I'm seeking! This gives us the luxury of placing them where ever it looks nice so we can manage our layout in regards to placement. Most Viessmann catenary is actually made by Sommerfeldt, same goes for the newer Marklin catenary. Because of the flexing more attention has to be placed on establishing the wire length and this takes too much time in the installation process. Take a look at this DC Kits OO ScotRail DBSO British Rail BR Driving Brake Second Open Mk2 Coach we found for sale online. If anyone else visited the exhibition, please feel free to add your own photos and extra information (including any corrections to my own material). If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Our website is loaded with finds like these and we're adding more goods several times a day so be sure to bookmark us and follow us on Twitter.
There are formulas and equations that are used to calculate the optimum performance which goes far beyond our purpose. Detail is critical in modeling and represents the amount of effort applied.With that I started to think about what it would look like with wired cantenaries and founf a simple visual option.
The same kind they use to wind minature DC motors.As for the Ginga Models, availibility is one issue but the cost is really going to be high. The best solution is to plan access point to maneuver around and design a wired network that will suit your needs. In the prototype environment the temper of the cable is not and drastic as in the scaled environment. Shipping to UK, Ireland or Australia is $16.75 US Postal Service International First Class. I attended as an exhibitor on Saturday 25th on John de la Lande's Gipsford O gauge DCC layout but I was able to escape for a while to take some photos. Scroll down to read more information about this great product for your OO gauge model railroad. It started to get very crowded so I was unable to get good photos of some of the layouts on show, although I did slip out again later with my phone camera to get a few more. In order for us to know what looks right we need to understand the factors involved in establishing a catenary rail systems.
The general standard of layouts was very high indeed, with Victorian Railways themes being the most common but the remainder showed a good mix of themes (European, British, US and other Australian states) and there was also a good spread of scales and gauges. Lego layouts seem to be growing in popularity every year, as they also seem to be getting bigger and bigger !
It is a spring steel wire which is available at most hobby shops, especially those which sell model airplane supplies.
I'm going to think about how to get that but I really think this is that finishing touch.

I recommend this type of wire because it is sold in straight sections, it is very strong, and if it is bent into a shape, it will hold that shape.
This effect has to be addressed for the purpose of railway operation and is done so by the dropper wire. This dropper wire supports the contact wire so it remains level or parallel with the track. This discussion can delves further into the engineering aspect but we can start to realize that the design of the Cantenary system can be complex. It order to solder it effectively, one of the types marketed as low temperature silver solder must be used.
STAY-BRITE brand is very good and many hardware stores carry that or equivalent products.Types of wire used by others in building catenary include phosphor-bronze, spring brass, and nickel-silver. These types of wire have a much higher electrical conductivity than steel and nickel-silver is resistant to oxidization.
These wires also have the advantage of being easy to solder, but it is difficult to straighten them.
They are sold on spools or in coils and they tend to coil or snake unless put under tension. It is not a set number but an engineered number based on the types of trains utilized and the track configuration itself. The need to apply tension to combat snaking makes it difficult to build a prototypical sag in the messenger wire. Copper wire is not useful in building model catenary because it is too soft and it tends to stretch if put under tension. There are other factors that play into the answer but the basic objective is maintain proper alignment with the track and contact wire. Based on observation from Youtube and other railfan images it looks like the average distance is 312mm apart.
Most often I can catch a frame that shows the locomotive and 1 half of a car between two catenary poles.Using this as reference I found that the EH500 and 1 Koki 106 will fits on 1 248mm + 1 64mm unitrack piece. Catenary Pieces 23-057 Arch-Shaped Cartenary Pole For Double-Track Plate Whats inside: There are 10 poles total. Type 1 and 2 are used to navigate around single track curves.This style can be used on ground or viaduct.
The 23-056 flat mounts can be snapped together to create the depicted image and the single viaduct tracks are mated side by side using the pier mounts from the 23-056 mounts. These units are one piece poles that utilized 2 flat mounts (23-056) to bridge a two track configuration. The image depicts the wide catenary mounted on a wide mount pier stand.This wide mount pier comes in the V12, V13 V14 varaition sets or the 23-020 pier set.

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