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I know there have been some older discussions on this subject, however I would like to see photos of your panels with a discription of how it was constructed and wired. This one was built to try out Atlas's new Code 55 switches.I used Tortoise Switch Machines with indiacator lights. Hi, Here is a panel made much as PAL describes,with dry transfer lettering on the front of the panel and light overspray of clearcoat. An older iteration of the panel for my hidden staging yard when I was planning on using a mixture of 2-cab DC plus Dynatrol Command Control (before DCC came on the scene). Is it better to use the LED plastic holders or just glue the LED directly into the hole in the panel? Brendan (bdennis) didn't mention how he made his Delanson panel, but it is a very elegant solution (IMO). The first all-steel cabooses built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad were produced in 1937 by the Magor Car Corporation in Clifton, N.J. Through subsequent rebuilding and modernization, many remained in service through the end of regular caboose usage in the 1980s. Cabooses of a similar design were also built for Pere Marquette, Missouri Pacific and Chicago & Eastern Illinois.

All trademarks and copyrighted material within these web pages, remain the property of their respective holders. Wings" style of track plan in a mid-sized space as an alternative to the ho-hum rectangle island layout.
Most 3 Rail O Gauge track is sectional, meaning that the pieces are rigidly constructed in a certain length or curve diameter.
The panel is printed on paper, which is then laminated and affixed to a sheet of MDF board. Louis Car Company and ACF, ultimately built a total of 350 cabooses for the C&O using a similar design.
DMW, the creator and maintainer of these web pages, assumes that all contributions are made free of charge. While the sets are exciting and a lot of fun, if you are like many others just entering the hobby, after some time you’ll get the itch to expand your initial set into something a bit bigger.
Here we will touch on the basics of O Gauge 3-rail track, the different types of 3-rail track, give some basics on layout design, and provide several track plan ideas as well as books with more ideas for turning a starter set into a miniature railroad empire. All 3 rail O Gauge track has three rails, spaced evenly apart, with the outer rails 1 ¼ inches apart.

All types of track are made in a variety of curve diameters, and all lines offer a variety of switches [the track sections that allow two tracks to diverge or merge together] and crossing sections. IIRC, the LED indicators are made by punching holes in the printed panel artwork before it is laminated, and then drilling small holes in the MDF below the hole, and press-fitting the LEDs in the holes in the MDF from behind. All 3 rail O Gauge track is configured where the middle rail provides the positive, or ‘hot’ power to the train, while the two outer rails are grounded [the advantage of this system will become evident when building more complex layouts]. The LEDs sit flush behind the laminated artwork, so the finished product has a very smooth look to it. With very, very few exceptions, trains made by O Gauge train makers will work on one another’s track.

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