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 Posted: Mon Apr 2nd, 2018 06:17 pm
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I am on a few Face Book model Railway forums and thought it would be interesting to start some polls to find out peoples preferences.

The questions asked were if people use DC or DCC to power their lay outs and also if they  prefer Diesel or Steam.

Results to date are.....

DC        214
DCC     202

Diesel   193
Steam   266



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Interesting that DC and DCC aren't that far apart. I wonder of those saying DCC how many converted from DC and how many are new or returnees to the hobby ?
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I was very surprized at that too Matt. 
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It would be very interesting to see the age groups in DC & DCC ?

In the distant past I ran DC.

I then returned to the hobby after many years away & started back in DCC.

Would never go back.



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