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I was thinking about investing in some point motors for my model railway, but I wasn't sure which ones either the hornby ones or the peco ones?
The hornby ones for me looked the easiest to set up and use but when I read about other people's layout they always say they have used the peco ones, so which do I use?
Could someone direct me in the right direction

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QUOTE (TimP @ 8 Apr 2008, 18:37) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Matthew there are a variety of point motors available - the PECO ones have been around for many years so people have used them a lot.

If you wanted the simplest things to use then I think either the PECO or Hornby surface mounted variety are probably easiest although relatively new on the scene.

It would help if you could say if you are using DCC or not.

Hi Tim
Thanks for replying it was great help!!!
At the moment I am using the normal DC method but I am thinking about converting to DCC
 
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