Hi, I have a couple of turnouts that are in hard to get to places. I have thought that using a micro servo motor might work in these locations. I am not using a DCC system to control any of my switches. As a matter of fact, most of my switches are the old style side mount Atlas Model power types. I just happened to need a couple of curved turnouts so I got a couple of Peco turnouts. They fit nicely, but now I have to "switch" them. What is the minimum needed to operate a servo? I was hoping it could be as simple as running power leads from an old style transformer to a momentary (on)-off-(on) switch (either a slider or toggle), and from this switch to the servo. Does this work, or is there a little I am missing? Most of the servos I have seen have three wires going into them, much like the side mount table top switch motors I am currently useing. Do they work the same way (sort of at least)? I have seen several You Tube videos that so servos being used to switch the turnouts, but none showing anything I would consider "simple" activation. Any help would be wonderful please.