Outside main is two large reverse loops with one in the den-formal living room and the other loop is contained in my library.
The inside main is a single direction loop only, but connected to the outside main by 4 O-72 switches in a crossover.
The 18 ft trolley line runs from the right side of the TV (just out of frame) and forms a large U. The other end terminates behind my couch and through my engine shed. The trolley pauses 15 seconds at each stop for passengers. Ya gotta be quick! :laugh:
The trolley line is a seasonal line only. The rest of the layout is part of my home.
This could be the sequel to the Christmas Eve "Yule Log" telecast.
A little scenery management, some camera direction ... I could make you a star
Note: I'm not sure if many of the members know of the Yule Log program. It was local to the New York television market. The ~4 minute film of a yule log burning in a grand fireplace was played in a loop for hours on end on Christmas eve and/or Christmas day - a background for holiday festivities. A sound track of easy listening holiday music was broadcast by radio. The first version was filmed at Gracie Mansion, the NY City mayor's residence. It was created in 1966 and aired by local television station WPIX, New York channel 11 through 1989. And revived in 2001.
My coil is having a hard time pulling in. Contacts cleaned and spaced properly. Takes a while to pull in then ok. It flutters. Coil ohms is 14.4. Others i have are 11ohms. Any thoughts?
Ps tried to load pics and movies. Nothing but problems and issues.
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I asked that question on the OGR forums yesterday and got a good reply from Gunrunner John and he explained to me how to do that. He is a very clever guy !!. later on that day OGR DELETED my post about that so i am tired of them doing that , I think it was Rich so I am stay in...
I found a 2666W tender in my mess while cleaning up the dungeon.
I popped the shell off and applied power and it sort of whistled. But there were a few sparks coming from underneath it.
I found that the pickup rollers were hitting the chassis when placed on the track, so I adjusted that so it...