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12.05.2016
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 2755 is a standard gauge steam railway locomotive of the 2-8-4 type, called "Berkshire" by most US railroads, but "Kanawha" by the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O). Pilentum had the opportunity to visit a large model railway layout from a manufacturer of digital model railway control systems in Germany. It is one of a total of ninety built by Alco (which built seventy) and Lima (which built the remaining twenty, including 2755)between 1943 and 1947.


The company Rautenhaus is known for offering complete solutions for digital model railway control systems.
Digital command control are the modern alternative to control a layout and greatly simplify the wiring and add more flexibility in operations, for example DCC, RMX, Selectrix by Minitrix, handhelds, wireless handhelds, locomotive decoders, controllers, central unit, boosters, Marklin Digital, Trainmaster, Hornby, DYNATROL, Digitrack, Rail-Command, KATO Digital, RailMaster, Rocrail, accessory decoders or sound and function decoders, etc.
To ensure, that customers do learn and do understand, how digital model railway control systems are working, this beautiful N Gauge layout exists.


When filming Pilentum gave special attention to the rolling stock in N scale or in scale range 1:160.



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