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I assume the layout used Peco Track, but how were the points operated? Where were the point motors housed, what make were they, how were they conected to the tie bars? Photos were very good - no DOUBLE SPREADS tto loose realism!
 

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QUOTE (stirling @ 17 Sep 2008, 09:46) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I assume the layout used Peco Track, but how were the points operated? Where were the point motors housed, what make were they, how were they conected to the tie bars? Photos were very good - no DOUBLE SPREADS tto loose realism!

Bishop Wearburn uses Peco Code 80 flexible track and points. The point motors are installed underneath the baseboard and from the Peco range using the same company's under board mountings which screw into the baseboard top from below. The point motors connect to the tie bars using either of small holes on the outer edges of the tie bars on the points. Hope that helps!

Cheers,

Mike Wild.
 
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