question to all of the electronic guru's in here. This is not a dcc question ,but just a question of controlling 3 tortoise machines with one...
with 18 inch radius curves on my trackplan
with 15 inch radius curves on my trackplan
backing around wye into Houston Union Station,
for special situation- more versatile for double track than single wye, but takes less space than double track wye with scissors crossover at throat
Seatle. Sept. 2009
Union Wye - This wide shot shows the Main Line (left) leg and Halland (right) leg of the Union Wye. The Platform leg is in the background.
At 18" radius, these are suited only for short engines. The "curved" wye is a bit more compact overall, but may not fit as well in...
Gap both rails where shown in Orange.
The reverse loop across the bridge looks longer than your longest siding, so no problems there. The wye is...
Take two, both-rails gapped where indicated in blue. Two auto-reversers, one orange and one red.
Or maybe just one AR, for both orange+red sections.
Follow the pretty red rail. where it hits the crossover, it shorts
Rework module to replace all Marklin flex + manual turnouts with MTL flex + Peter Wright's US style turnouts (20), Tortoise motors with DCC...
3 modules (End, Offset and Wye) with 15" minimum radius. Marklin Flex track with Marklin turnouts on the Wye but Peter Wrights on the Offset...