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Thanks Jim, we will look into it some more and see what will be the best for our layout.
Hello Jim, Rico
Trackside semaphore signals is what I'm looking at. Why I mentioned reed switches is because that is what was used on a layout here. my layout has switches in the track for whistles and bells, so reed switches would probably be out of the question. Wow what a can of worms I've...
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Been building our railway for 15 months and finally have a completed circuit, finishing touches will go on for years to come. I've been told there is life outside of
railways! Garden/full size....they just get a blank stare from me..My wife keeps on telling...
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