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  1. JerryH
    06-11-2015 12:44 AM
    Granularity means a lot of short blocks. Curved turnouts are tricky to get working correctly so as to avoid derails and even worse with changing elevations.
  2. tr1
    06-10-2015 02:03 PM
    Hello Jerry H. Do you have any recommendations/ and or what is tour opinion, A Double
    cross over with a curved~20" radius turnout installed on the parallel curved tracks that
    are found on the gg&n? And, Also.What did you mean by having granularity with TCG soft-ware? You had mentioned this earlier. Thank you kindly, tr1
  3. JerryH
    05-08-2015 06:15 AM
    It is easier for TCG to work with a lot of trains if there are enough blocks to separate them as it wants to keep two blocks between trains.
  4. tr1
    05-08-2015 01:25 AM
    Hello Gerry H,
    Earlier you mentioned something about maintaining granularity with your lay out and having 3' block or zone sections of spacing. What did you mean by having
    granularity? Thank you! Regard's tr1
  5. tr1
    03-12-2015 06:11 PM
    On the gg&n, Atlas layout, for each block, in the original plan. Were the original blocks sub divided? Which would produce twice as many blocks? Or zones? Would increasing the occupancy detectors in blocks/zones insure fool proof route computing (proper turnout positioning) on a fully automated layout system?
    On your Atlas, gg&n h.o.model train layout. Is there a lot of double gapping (insulating) involved of the rails? Thank you,tr1
    Jerry H. If you may, we can carry on this discussion in the granite gorge & northern blog, that was earlier created by myself? Thank you, tr1.
  6. tr1
    03-11-2015 01:24 PM
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    San Antonio, Texas
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