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What DCC decoder is compatible with the Kato Yamanote Line E235 (N)
BulletTrain1805 posted a topic in DCC, Electrical & AutomationI am looking to buy a decoder for my E235 I have looked through multiple forums and not found a thing, does anybody know?
Interesting model railroad setup duplicating Osaka Loop Line
Sacto1985 posted a topic in Off TopicI just saw this intriguing set up of a temporary model train layout simulating the JR West Osaka Loop Line, set up at Osaka's Expo Commemoration Park (you can see the park's Tower of the Sun in the video). The user placed a camera in front of the model train to traverse the entire layout.
Don't be afraid - starting over is ok!
malcoJOJO posted a topic in GeneralHi All! (NOTE: various links in the post lead to my blog) A member on the forum recently said that my little re-do adventure might be of interest to some of you. I had a layout that was really humming along. Scenery, structures, and little scenes were in full swing. However, there were major items that were not working for me on the layout - a major one involved trains and operations, which I wasn't as interested in when I originally started. . After months of thought, I decided to tear the whole of it down and start over again. This was NOT an easy process! I had to have a large glass of whiskey before starting to pull stuff off my layout and pack it up! hehehe However, now that I have things the way I like on the train and track front, I'm SO MUCH HAPPIER! It's night and day. I'm moving forward on getting back to the point where I can get scenery and structures back on, but all in all it was well worth the effort to get things to a point where I'm no longer sad and disappointed when I run trains around the space. So, I suggest that you make an effort to be happy with your layout without settling for "well....it's fine, I guess". Make it something you really enjoy! Any other re-do stories out there? More can be found on my blog: https://n-rail.blogspot.com/ Cheers!