The tortoise slow motion switch machine represents the very latest in high technology design. Utilizing a precision gear-drive mechanism coupled to a microcurrent draw motor which safely stalls out, cutoff contacts and coil burnouts are a thing of the past. The fully enclosed construction with our ultra-simple mounting and linkage (included) and the simplified wiring with auxiliary contacts standard combine to make the very finest switch machine available at any cost.
USB - Communication with computer/control program; - Protocol L.NET or XpressNet V3; - Virtual COM-port, speed 9600, 19200, 38400, 56800 of 115200 Baud. - Firmware updates
L.NET T - Interface for L.NET devices (Controllers, Feedback modules etc.)
L-NET B - Interface for L.NET devices: (manual-)Controllers, Feedback modules etc. Max 12v/1000mA power; - Interface for L.NET devices including boosters (rail-sync). Max 12v/600mA power;
X-BUS/R-BUS - Interface for XpressNet devices: MultiMaus, LH100 etc. Max 12v/1000mA power; - Interface for R-BUS feedback modules.
B-BUS - Interface for ROCO Boosters, e.g. the MultiMaus boosters 10764 lan as a booster together with the DR5000!
RS-BUS - Interface for Lenz-RS-Bus feedback modules.
ext88N - Interface for s88N feedback modules. Max 16 x 16 input modules (256 inputs); - Interface for DR502xEXT modules (bi-directioneel).
Track-Output - DCC rail-output. Max 19V/3.2Amp. Lower voltages by other power supply. Min 14V.
Program-Track - DCC programming output. Max 19V/800mA. Automatically switches from Track-Out to Program mode so the programming rail can also be used.
LAN - 100baseT Ethernet. Can be connected to a local network via DHCP.
- bgn Wireless network via internal antenna. - Both networks can be accessed via UDP / IP and TCP / IP; - Protocols: Lenz XpressNet and/or L.NET-TCP/IP; - Wifi/LAN settings can be changed via a web-interface; - The WiFi / LAN module can serve as an AP (access point) as well as a router between the DR5000 and WiFi home network (LAN).
Stop - Disable Rail output.
Go - Enable Rail output
IR-Throttle - IR receiver compatible with Uhlenbrock IRIS and Piko DigiFern (or other RC5/36Khz remotecontrols). - 4 channels, per channel directly to be controlled/switched, 1 lok and 4 switches.
- Further control possible through X-BUS and/or L.NET (manual)controls, the DR502xEXT modules or via the USB/LAN/Wifi interfaces.
STATUS - Power: Power supply present; Programming track indicator - Load: Ouput load. Intensity is increased with the load. off = no load, on is is 3.15Amp; - Short: Short circuit. Blink Code defines the bus caused the short circuit; Continue on is Track-Out
USB - TX: Data is sent to the computer; - RX: Data is received from the computer.
INFRARED - RX: Valid IR data is being received.
X-BUS - TX: Data is being send to the X-BUS - RX: Data is being received from the X-BUS.
STOP - The signals to Track-Out and the booster connection are off.
GO - The signals to Track-Out and the booster connection are ON.
L.NET - TX: Data is sent to the L.NET; - RX: Data is being received from L.NET
ext88 - There is at least one input on the s88 bus active; Intensity increases with the number of active inputs.
WiFi - Active: The Wifi Network is active.
LAN - Link: The LAN is connected and connected to a switch / hub / router.
ROUTER - Status: The internal router is active.
Locs - 126 simultaneous operation / control of locs; - F0 - F28; - 14/28/128 levels; - Long and short addresses. (9999 for long, Maximum short addresses to be set from 0-127)
Switches - 2048 switches; - Offset +4/-4 for MultiMaus compatibility
Feedback - 2048 feedback, which is the total of all possible buses. A smaller maximum could occur per bus - Feedbacks from combining all buses in one series of 1-2048
Protocol conversion - All protocols are translated to the DR.Cmd internal protocol. Every Bus/Connection receives specific and relevant data from the internal protocol.
Power Supply - Included Modern, low-loss switching and adjustable external power supply. (15 - 24
The BDL168 is a cost effective LocoNet Occupancy Detector for 16 detection sections.Â
Lets you know when detection sections of your layout are occupied.
When used in conjunction with one or two RX4 transponder detectors it operates up to 8 transponding zones and operations mode read back.Â
Know what is where on your layout!
BDL History:Â BDL16 was released in 2000 and was replaced by BDL162 in 2002.Â An update kit was available from BDL16 to BDL162.Â BDL162 was replaced by BDL168 in 2004.Â No update kit was offerred because the circuit board was completely re-engineered.
Occupancy detection for 16 sections
Outputs for LEDs to indicate local detection section occupancy and zone power status on a panel mount display
3 Amp capacity per detection section
Transits Occupancy information over LocoNet
Supports SuperSonic decoder operations
Detects any powered locomotive
Detects any un-powered rolling stock equipped with resistor wheel sets
Plug 'N Play with Digitrax DCC
Configurable with most other DCC systems
Automatically checks layout status when used in conjunction with a computer
Improved Rail Sync Sampling for reliable operation
Transponding with the addition of one or two RX4 allows for 8 transponding sections
Transponding decoders are detected by the RX4s and the information is fed back to LocoNet
Transponding allows you to read back CV values of decoders equipped with transponders
Note: External power supply is needed.Â PS14 (sold separately) or equivalent is recommended.Â Multiple BDL16 series detectors can be powered from the same power supply as long as 100mA is provided for each BDL16 series detector.
Combination Advanced LocoNet® Command Station and 8 amp CTC booster
User selectable N,HO, and large scale operation with Voltage Trim
LocoNet for easy plug ‘n play installation and system expansion
Auto resetting over temperature and short circuit protection
Hardware EZ routes and Loco Reset
Integrated USB for Computer Support
Auto shutdown when command control signal is lost to prevent “runaway” trains
Note: Accepts DC POWER input ONLY from power supply (sold separately). Recommended power supply: Digitrax PS514 or equivalent. MAXIMUM INPUT 8 AMPS, 24VDC, 192 VA MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS, DO NOT Exceed 25VDC maximum Input. Minimum Input 13VDC.
Technical Note About DCC Booster Output Ratings: Digitrax boosters have maximum output current limits of either 5 or 8 amps. The actual continuous output current that your booster will provide to the layout depends on several factors including the input supply voltage, the ambient room temperature and air flow over the booster's heat sink. Higher input voltages increase the amount of heat that must be dissipated by the booster's heat sink. If the heat sink does not get enough air flow to allow for heat dissipation, the booster will eventually reach an over temperature state and shut down. A small fan blowing across the heat sink on your booster will increase the maximum sustained current output capacity of your booster.
Each DCC company specifies the output capacity of its boosters according to their own internal standards. Tests designed and performed by several model railroaders have shown wide variations in the actual output capacity of DCC boosters. In most cases the tests were designed to overload boosters and cause them to shut down. The conclusion based on these tests is that each manufacturer uses a different way of determining booster output capacity, Digitrax tends to be more conservative in stating booster output ratings. The factor that is most important for achieving maximum output capacity is the booster’s heat sinking ability. In these tests, Digitrax boosters have demonstrated excellent heat sinking capabilities and the ability to consistently output the advertised 5 or 8 amps when appropriate fans are added in high temperature situations.
The LNRP Xtra LocoNet Repeater Module Isolates and Protects LocoNet Layouts, it allows for greater expansion of the LocoNet system on large installations.
If a wiring or signal problems occur on any “standard” LocoNet section that the LNRP Xtra is connecting and monitoring, the LNRP Xtra will act to internally disconnect the faulty “standard” LocoNet segment so that the “protected” LocoNet can continue operating.
If the fault is removed, the LNRP Xtra will typically automatically reconnect and resume operations on the “standard” LocoNet segment.
LNRP Xtra Features:
Isolates segments of your LocoNet layout
Protects segments of your LocoNet layouts
Extends large LocoNet installations of more than 20 devices
Acts as a Diagniostic tool if LocoNet network problems occur
Get the benefits of short circuit management and auto reversing without adding more boosters!
PM42 Quad Power Manager lets you use a single booster and divide its output into 4 power sub-districts for automatic reversing or to improve operation by preempting booster shutdown when a short circuit is detected by the PM42.
If you want to improve operation but don't need the added power (or expense) of adding a booster, the PM42 is the right answer for you.
Each PM42 can run 4 sub-districts off a single booster in any combination of regular sub-districts and auto reversing sub-districts.
Cost effective power management for 4 power sub-districts
Short circuit management or auto-reversing for each sub-district
Increases layout reliability by preempting booster shutdown, minimizes downtime by automatically restarting once a short is cleared.
User selectable short circuit detection sensitivity to optimize operation with other layout equipment
Auto-Reversing manages polarity mismatches on reversing track sections
Auto-Reversing is automatic, no need for toggle switches or additional boosters
PM42 connects to LocoNet to transmit information to your system
This power supply replaces the PS2012 to meet new efficiency requirements for DC power supplies. It delivers more power with less heat for more efficient operation. The 20 amp PS2012E regulated power supply can be used to operate up to 4 five amp boosters.
Operate one or more boosters, great for 8 amp operations
Selectable Scale switch for use with N, HO, or large scale (13.8, 16, and 23 VDC)
Meets DOE VI efficiency standards
UL and FCC certified
Design Coordinated for use with Digitrax Products
Built in over-current and over-temp protection
DC output Ammeter
Integral Cooling Fan
One â€œYâ€ cable (p/n YC52) Included for convenience with dual 5 amp protected outputs
Materials for making 2 Signal Driver Cables for SE8C. Includes 30’of 10-wire Signal Driver ribbon cable & 8 10-Pin sockets.
Use this kit to make signal driver cables to connect your SE8c to the signals on the railroad. Make the cables any length that you desire and place the signal connectors at the locations where you will install signals. All the signals are carried neatly in the ribbon cable so you can avoid a “bird’s nest” under your layout
Includes 2 terminal strip boards with resistors for easy installation. Each terminal strip board can handle from 1 to 4 signal heads. Use this interface instead of Signal Mast Bases when you already have signals installed on your layout. Simply run the wires from your existing signals to the terminals on the TSMK and plug your Signal Driver Cable in on the plug provided.
Cost effective wireless operation with infrared technology
UR90 is a front panel unit that is an infrared receiver. All current production Digitrax throttles are factory equipped with infrared capabillity, just add one or more UR90's and you're wireless!
Infrared is a line of site technology so you will probably need more than one UR90 for your layout.
UR90 also includes a LocoNet Throttle jack on the front for plugging in your throttles as needed. In addition there are two LocoNet Jacks on the back for hooking up to other LocoNet devices on your layout.
Plug 'N Play with any LocoNet system
Just add one or more UR90s to enable infrared operation
Most Digitrax throttles are Infra-Ready
Supports approximately 10 Digitrax IR throttles
More UR90s my be added to increase functionality of Infrared Operation
Requires 12-14 volt PS14 type power supply
One RJ12 6 pin Throttle jacks in the front of the panel for hooking up throttles and other LocoNet devices that do not use RailSync.
Two RJ12 6 pin LocoNet jacks in the back of the panel for hooking up LocoNet devices that use RailSync.
Gives your layout a professionally finished look.
Indicator LED that shows the power state of a local track section.
Two #6-32 right angle screw terminals for local track connections for power and diagnostics.
Note: Most layouts require more than one UR90 because Infrared is line of sight and the UR90s must be able to "see" the signals for reliable operation. Recommended for indoor use only.
The UT4 is designed for simple control of trains and their functions.
Operators worldwide told us what they wanted in an affordable, easy to use "operator's" throttle and we made their dreams come true.
The UT4 is perfect if you're looking for a "traditional" style throttle. They are ideal for operating sessions and are great for novice users as well. Their intuitive operation makes them easy for anyone to use.
It is factory equipped with Infrared LEDs for wireless operation using a UR90, UR91 or UR92. All of these panels have infrared receiver capablities.
Works with any LocoNet compatible system
Functions F0-F12 for lighting and sound decoder operation
Direction switch with center break position
Large knob for precise throttle control
Traditional walkaround operation
Automatic locomotive selection and speed matching features
UT4 does not allow programming or turnout control
Infra-ready out of the box (with UR90 InfraRed Receiver sold separately)
JMRI "CSX-1998: Double head 3-3 color light high signal" Appearance Table For aspect table: CSX-1998 Name: Double head 3-3 color light high signal Appearance reference: As described in the CSX Transportation Signal Rules - 281-298 January 1998. Appearances for a double 3-3 lamp signal head without other badging
JMRI "CSX-1998: Triple head 3 color light high signal" Appearance Table For aspect table: CSX-1998 Name: Triple head 3 color light high signal Appearance reference: As described in the CSX Transportation Signal Rules - 281-298 January 1998. Appearances for a triple 3 lamp signal head without other badging
JMRI "CSX-1998: Single head 3 color light high signal" Appearance Table For aspect table: CSX-1998 Name: Single head 3 color light high signal Appearance reference: As described in the CSX Transportation Signal Rules - 281-298 January 1998. Appearances for a three lamp signal head without other badging
JMRI "CSX-1998: Single 3 color light dwarf signal" Appearance Table For aspect table: CSX-1998 Name: Single 3 color light dwarf signal Appearance reference: As described in the CSX Transportation Signal Rules - 281-298 January 1998. Appearances for a 3 lamp dwarf signal head without other badging
MRC 16 Bit Drop-In EMD 645 HO DCC Sound Decoder 111702
Retail Price: $ 49.98
Combined with any DCC system, MRC’s true live capture digital sound decoder will make your model railroad come to life. This 16-bit DCC decoder has an EMD 645 Prime Mover sound, four horns, two bells and contains other high-end features & controls found in MRC's Platinum Series 16-bit decoders. This HO scale decoder is designed for easy installation by replacing the original circuit board in most newer Atlas, Kato, Athearn & Intermountain locomotives. Includes a speaker socket for your MRC plug-in 8-Ohm speaker (sold separately).
The installed EMD 645 Prime Mover sound is suitable for these diesel locomotives - SW1000, SW1001, SW1500, SW1504, MP15DC, MP15AC, MP15T, GP38, GP38-2, SD38, SD38-2, GP15AC and GP15-1.
Until now, the air compressor sound had only one constant speed. That’s no longer true. MRC has programmed the air compressor sound on its diesel decoder to be in synch with the RPMs of the prime mover, so it operates just like many popular prototypes. In addition, depending on the type of locomotive being used, you have the versatility to use the air compressor either synched or non-synched to the prime mover.
The MRC 16-bit Preferred Sound Decoders now include added actual, real-life service braking control. Applying the brake sound (F5) will prototypically slow the loco down. Simultaneously, a brake squeal will be activated as the brakes are applied. Stop applying the brake and the squeal immediately turns off. Also, hitting the dynamic braking sound (F6) will not only provide sound but also slow the loco down. Only an MRC decoder puts authentic braking action and synchronized sound together.
Features - synchronized prime mover sound, 4 different types of horns & bells, adjustable individual sound volumes (16 levels), programmable using either 2-digit or 4-digit addresses, programmable start voltage & top voltage, programmable acceleration & deceleration rates, programmable 14/28/128 speed steps, back EMF load control, user controlled service brake & dynamic brake with sound, supports read back address & CV values, advanced speed table control CV67-CV94, kick start voltage control CV65, easy function mapping, 17 light effects including ditch lights/mars light/gyra light/strobe light, 28 accessory functions (F1-F28), supports advanced consisting (CV19), supports programming on the main (OPS mode), compatible with NMRA DCC standards and complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Dimensions: 2.874" x 0.701" x 0.303" or 73mm x 17.8mm x 7.7mm. Specs: 1.5 amp peak.
MRC #1910 HO scale DCC plug-in 16-bit sound decoder. Fits most HO scale 'DCC Ready' locomotives with an NMRA compliant 8-pin DCC socket such as Atlas, Bachmann, Kato and many others. Installation instructions included.
Features: Please note that spkr wire needs to be hooked up to spkr plug wire after length is measured for your installation.
1.0 amp capacity (1.5 amp peak) 6 Synchronized diesel sounds (Alco 244, Alco 539T, EMD567B, EMD710, EMD645, EMD645E) with random associated locomotive sounds 28 Functions (F1-F28) Adjustable back-EMF load control for ultra-slow speed control Programmable for either 2-digit (1-127) or 4-digit (1-9999) addresses Programmable 22 horns and 8 bells Programmable individual sound volumes (16 levels) Programmable master sound volume (16 levels) Programmable start and top voltage Programmable acceleration and deceleration rate Programmable 14,28,128 speed steps Supports full read back of CVs Supports advanced consisting (CV19) Supports programming on the main (OPS mode) Compatible with NMRA DCC standards Complies with the part 15 of FCC Includes 20mm detachable speaker (other sizes sold separately in my eBay store) Dimensions: 24.4mm x 16.2mm x 3.0mm MRC warranty (see user guide for details)
As essential to railroading as track and locomotives, roundhouses still serve today. Housing engines between assignments, they provide a place where light repairs and inspections can be done in all kinds of weather. Adding one to your engine terminal is a snap with this American style kit.
All of the prototype details are there, including the traditional two-level roof, with separate clerestory windows and smokejacks, plus 23 large windows for natural lighting. It holds engines up to 13" long, typical of the power found on most lines. Stalls are spaced on 10-degree angle, requiring less approach trackage. With its modular design, the basic 3-stall kit can be enlarged up to a full circle to meet the needs of your railroads. To finish the scene, install the 90' Motorized Turntable to serve your new Roundhouse.
W.W.II Troop Sleeper Conversions Led Long, Useful Lives
* Great Addition to Post-War Passenger Trains * Ready-to-Run * New Paint & Lettering Schemes, * Knuckle Couplers * Correct Trucks w/RP-25 Metal Wheels. * Add-On Wire Grab Irons
By 1946, the Army's special kitchen cars were no longer needed and were offered for sale. Affordably priced, they required only minor modification for civilian use as 50' box cars. But since they were equipped for high-speed passenger service, they could easily be converted to other roles. Many were remodeled with plated-over windows and vents, new side doors and a fresh coat of paint. In service, they handled baggage, mail and express shipments. Many led long lives, remaining in use until the late 1960s.
A must-have for period modelers, this car looks great alongside Walthers streamlined or heavyweight equipment. Based on a C&O prototype, similar converted cars were used by several roads.
A landmark for small towns, big cities and factories since the 1900s, steel Water Tanks like these are still a common site today. Proudly emblazoned with the name of the town or the company, you'll also find them at hospitals, college campuses, and military bases.
Ready to add to layout scenes, the assembled models come in your choice of black or silver which are common prototype colors. Authentic details include a conical roof, caged ladder, and concrete base. A set of alphabet decals is included so you can personalize your models with names of towns, industries and more.
Make the most of the space behind your busy freight or passenger terminals with this background building. As a commissary, it's the perfect place to resupply sleepers and diners with everything they need for the next trip. As a freight transfer, it's an ideal destination for express reefers or box cars rushing packages along your railroad.
Designed to fit between the track and your backdrop, it measures just 3-1/4" deep, but the modular design makes it easy to build a longer structure if needed. Complete with canopied loading dock and decal signs it's a great way to expand operations and put big detail in a small space.
When steam ruled the rails, the coaling tower was a familiar sight at every engine terminal. Some also stood alone on main lines, ready to service passing trains that might require refueling along the way. While early designs were made of wood, later models were made of fire-proof concrete. Hoppers of coal would be spotted for unloading above a covered dump pit. Lifting machinery hauled he coal to the top, where it was stored in the bin. Gravity and positionable chutes took over, delivering a steady stream of coal into waiting tenders below. Many of these durable structures outlived their usefulness, but proved too expensive or difficult to tear down. A few still stand, stripped of their steel hardware, a monument to days gone by.
Whether alive with action or quiet and abandoned, this model can be the focal point of your engine service facilities. It's complete with covered pit, machinery house, lifting equipment and positionable chutes to serve two tracks. As the prototypes go, this model represents a medium sized tower, making it ideal for layouts large or small. The plastic parts feature realistic concrete and steel detailing and are molded in realistic colors. A complete set of instructions and decal signs are included.
The energy crunch of the early 70s and the move toward improved air quality left coal-fired power plants and other industries in need of clean-burning, low sulfur coal. Vast deposits were available in the western US, but getting coal to customers was a big logistical problem. Several ideas were suggested, but in the end, railroads became the primary means of transport.
Coal soon represented a considerable part of the traffic on many lines. As a cost-cutting measure, some large power companies adopted the just in time approach to buying coal. This means trains had to deliver on time, as only a small stockpile was maintained, and in essence, the unit trains became a rolling conveyor belt.
In order to meet these tough schedules, a new generation of cars and motive power were introduced, and the methods of loading coal on the trains also changed.
One of the new structures, still in use today, was the flood loader. Served by a network of conveyors, these large buildings are essentially storage bins, which load entire trains on the move. After coal has been washed, crushed to size and graded, it's delivered from these facilities to the flood loader, which can be quite some distance away.
In operation, a unit train enters the loader at walking speed, about 4 mph. Loading begins when the first car rolls under the chute, a job handled by detectors and computers. In a matter of minutes the car is filled to capacity and loading begins on the next. Some loaders also use their computers to briefly stop the flow between cars, producing a down hill slope to the load. Others run continuously, and a wheel loader is used to reclaim the spilled coal. As the last car clears, the loader stops automatically and begins refilling for the next train. Now fully loaded, the unit train passes over a weigh-in-motion scale, to verify the actual amount of coal being shipped to the customer.
Seen in both eastern and western coalfields, this modern structure is a great way to add variety to coal operations on your line. Since the actual mine and processing operations are often miles away, this small building and conveyor can be placed trackside, to imply the presence of a bigger mine operation located off your layout.
The finished model works very well with the New River Mining Company, (933-3017) which can represent an older type of loader or mine buildings.
Today's unit trains are a mix of large hoppers and gondolas, like Walthers Bethgon(R)/ Coal Porter(R) (932-5300 series), Trinity RD-4 hoppers (932-7800 series) and Bethlehem 3-Bay Hoppers (932-4900 series), all of which are offered in 6-Packs with different car numbers to model unit trains in minutes!
Coal loads add the finishing touch and one-piece loads (each molded in black resin with realistic texture) are available for the Bethgon in a 2-Pack (#933-1038) or 6-Pack (#933-1039), while #933--1074 fits Trinity RD-4 hoppers.
Broad rivers, busy harbor entrances - now your HO Scale railroad can cross them in style when install this Double Track Swing Bridge on the right-of-way. Based on prototypes in use from the 1900s to the present, this model has sufficient clearance for use with virtually any loco or cars, as well as modern double-stack equipment.
The model is designed to be turned 90 degrees by hand in a single direction, like the prototypes. A final drive gear and micro switches are provided to convert the model into a powered bridge with the Universal Gearbox & Motor Drive Kit (933-1050), sold separately. This unit is fully assembled and designed for drop-in mounting with the bridge kit.
This model also matches the track spacing of Walthers Double-Track Truss Bridge (933-3012), so several could be used to model the approach bridges. (Typically, only one moving bridge is used in prototype situations). The Abutments (933-1037) and Wing Walls (933-1042) can also be used to detail the approach bridges and make the scene more realistic.
To prevent derailments on the span, bridges are fitted with special track sections, equipped with an inside guard rail. This detail can easily be added to your model with Walthers Code 83 Bridge Track (#948-899 with "V" end guard rails used at each end of the bridge; for a longer span with approach bridges, #948-886 with no end guard rails can be used), which features code 70 inside rails.
Where mainline meets Main Street you'll find the local depot. This charming combination station (so called as it combines office, waiting room and freight room into one building) is typical of small town stations all across the US and Canada. Ideal for any era, many are still standing today.
The kit features parts molded in gray for easy painting and includes a positionable semaphore-style train order signal, a brick platform in the traditional "herringbone" pattern, interior walls with molded details, "wooden" interior floor, a baggage cart and signs.
From the 1880s to the 1970s, ice-cooled reefers were a fixture of railroading. Solid trains raced across country with their perishable loads. Supplying ice for the cars in transit was a huge industry. Railroads built ice houses and platforms, like this kit, about every 250-300 miles. Here, entire trains could be serviced and on the move in minutes.
This complete kit includes a detailed Ice House, based on a prototype in Antigo, Wisconsin, plus a modular Icing Platform, from a Pacific Fruit Express design. Lots of add-on details, including an optional platform roof (used in warm areas to shade ice and slow melting), roof vents and 24 ice blocks are included. The plastic parts are molded in color for easy assembly and complete instructions are provided.
Cement distribution plants are vital to the construction industry, providing the bulk cement used to make concrete. This kit makes a great addition to an industrial district, with eight tall storage silos, conveyor tower and rail car unloading shed. Other details include separate roll-up doors for truck loading, plus separate roof-top piping, railing and dust collectors.
Walthers Proto 85' Pullman-Standard 52-Seat Coach Fluted w/Skirts
The growth of railroads in the late 19th century attracted new industries to the right-of-way. Businesses located close to the tracks often on odd-shaped lots. These structures are still common. The triangular shape is ideal for corners or between tracks. A roof-top water tower, stairway, chimney and loading dock are all included.
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Retaining walls are built where terrain cuts and fills are required. They prevent rocks and dirt from falling on railroad tracks or roads. They exist in a variety of sizes and shapes and are constructed of different materials. Woodland Scenics Retaining Walls are designed to fill many needs. They can be used individually, butted together to form a longer wall, stepped to form wing walls, made to form a curved wall, and shortened. All of these modifications are easy to do because the plaster material of the walls readily lends self to cutting, carving, sanding, and coloring. Woodland Scenics Retaining Walls coordinate with the Woodland Scenics Tunnel Portals.
Instructions for Woodland Scenics tunnel liner part number C1250.For slngle and double tunnels • Create easy access to track • Cast realistic rock walls and ceilings • Sized for HO - modify for N scale easily
Tunnel portals are the stone, concrete, or timber facings built at the entrances to tunnels. They hold back rock and dirt from the tunnel entrance and often are used in combination with retaining walls. Woodland Scenics Tunnel Portals are available in either single or double track widths and they coordinate with the Woodland Scenics Retaining Walls. The high-density Hydrocal material of the Tunnel Portals is easy to sand and paint for a realistic look.