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I like that Ron. What'll happen to the point at the far end of the platform?



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PeterM - a lot of thinking/trying out to do

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Wow Sol - you moving tracks - that must be a first ....................... :mutley :mutley

Actually, looking at that last photo, you've gained quite a lot of track space without losing much on the road side.

I have to ask - why do you need the extra tracks - is it for storage or are you rescheduling all your timetables ?



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Peter, rescheduling of timetable means I will have a goods train arrive followed by a passenger that needs to have the loco run-around well before the goods train has been shunted especially if there are 12 or so wagons to go all over. Watchit does have 8 locations for wagons, etc to be set out / picked up from.



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Watchit right hand end before & after plan




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Nice one Ron.



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Is that diamond electrofrog Sol ?  



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I was given an Insulfrog version tonight - that will make wiring life easier.



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One end almost finished but the turnout works at least...


it was "fun" joining Peco Code 75 to handlaid Code 83 and having to take into account different sleeper thickness.



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More work for the poor old signalman. Looks good so far though Ron. Code 75 to 83 eh... lots of fun.



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Yes Pete, I find it easier to join 75 to 100.



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