Bill’s been in touch again – his last post is here.
“Hi all !
It’s been awhile so here’s a bunch of pics of Gerskiville. The towns shaping up and and some tracks layed. Waiting on turnouts now been backordered, Rats.
I’m just getting ready to pave the streets and pour the sidewalks.
Well that’s about it for now. I’ll be checking in again.
I sure appreciate the blogs every morning. I have my coffee and my poodle dog on my lap sound asleep enjoying the commentaries, the photo’s, video’s and all the use full tips.
Last September I turned 88 and I decided to start a model railroad.
I had one, a Marklin, 50 years ago when I was still living in Holland. In 1974 I migrated to the US.
I have built a table of 107” x 70” as per your “Beginner’s Guide. Used regular DC.
Trying to run 3 locos in 4 separate sections in the track.
After visiting a model railroad show in Puyallup Washington, I decided to go DCC.
I got a NCE control and programmed my 3 locos, who were DCC equipped.
No problem there. However running more than 1 loco at the same time, the speed considerably goes down.
Please ask our members what I can do about it. Is there something like a booster or what.
I would appreciate any help in this.
Many thanks in advance
just loaded this video showing a tour around my layout… and I am saying that its now completed?
… well you know me by now… also a picture of a loco I have acquired from e bay… the Deltic Prototype which I am having a larger em2 speaker fitted, hopefully this can be shown on my next video, the sound should blow the socks off as they say…
That’s all for today folks, a big thanks to Bill and Dave. And who can help Karl?
Please do keep ’em coming – and if you’re tired of everybody else having the fun, the Beginner’s Guide is here.