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  1. What colours do you use on this Rail Blue look if I may ask??
  2. Worked on the power cab fine on test. Seems to be the railcom issue. Need to work out how to turn railcom off as the ESU unit doesn’t allow that change in the quick menu
  3. Hi Guys, Do you have any advice on this thread??? Just have an issue with the address on a 156...thanks
  4. Now maybe.... Announced https://www.facebook.com/suttonslocoworks/
  5. Have a question if anyone can help. Fitted @legomanbiffo sound chips to both cars supplied by @charliepetty Programmed them to a 4 digit address on my old powercab (both with same address). bow when I put them on the layout with my ESU system the railcom says it cannot have 2 decoders with same address?? Any ideas what May be the best way round this?? thanks russell
  6. @Trains4U just fired mine up today and after nearly 10 years in a box, it runs a treat. However do you have a copy of the sounds and function keys still? Can’t find the paperwork Russell
  7. so the Hurst option or bashing are still the only options... thanks for the info
  8. hi all, some great info here, thanks to all. Am I right in thinking a TRSB in Swallow is yet to be produced by Hornby. any ideas what options are open, so far I only found a blue grey 3 car pack thanks Russell
  9. Also been getting the ECoS set up. i love the fact I can load the icons to make it very easy for to find locos. Setting up a.m track plan was a little challenge but once you get the hang of it, it’s fairly logical
  10. The main scenic boards seen looking towards the station. The industry sidings discussed here will be based on the Cobra building at Wakefield. I am now slowly working on checking the running of all the lines into the station. Came across some dodgy wiring today so this week will be trying to debug and tidy the last couple of boards wiring. The last photo looks out from the station. Platforms are numbered 1-6 (from the right in the photo). 1,4 & 5 will mainly handle dmus. The gap between 4 and 5 will be a disused middle road. I wanted to have the center road but unfortunatel
  11. The board that links front to back so to speak has 2 short sidings. I had planned to make a small shed or stabling point, however I have run into a problem that the curve into the sidings from the fiddle yard is too tight for a Bachmann 37. I need to check a couple of other locos but I think co-co arrangements will struggle. If this is the case then I will most probably create 2 sidings for DMU’s there is a y point on the main as this was the only way I could get access to all fiddleyard roads. I would want this on an exhibition layout but as it will stay at home it will be fine
  12. All points are powered by tortoise motors decoded mainly by DCC concepts ADS decoders
  13. So with the last year causing some restrictions in working and a workload from the past 10 years being a little less, it thought I would finally get something done over the past year on the layout that was thought about here the boards are from an old n gauge project and I added to it to take the layout round the room. The first photos show the fiddle yard during testing. The main storage roads are Peco flexi track but I linked them to Tillig Elite with the peco multi code joiners.
  14. Interesting. Definitely a hobby business by the way it was packed and send but good to hear he offered the landscape ones. I never thought of it and have already posted +ve feedback. I need to look at the sizing in advance if I reorder and then would probably message in advance to be on the safe side
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