Okane, you are absolutely right. The telehone wire is for the Kato Automated Switches. Do they make anyother kind? Four wires which will operate two switches. These will be fun to put back together. You can also see the red and black wires dropping down from the table and those are from the Kato Switches, as well. The job at hand is getting all the wires stripped. Then the fun part and where I could use help is locating wires to the correct blocks. I almost need myself working below and someone to attach the test light to the next block of track. If you get my drift. Big Jake, I've had a New-fie and a Dalmation/Black Lab mix. Sweetest dogs you could ever ask for. Miss them terribly. I've had some of the oddest pets. Try a Brahma Bull, it's to long a story for here and now. We put on quite the show at the San Benito County Rodeo, Bolado Park, Ca. He was awesome. Then a colt, I never got to ride him but he turned out to be the best horse. Good with children and unless scarred he would never buck you off. No breaking needed. As to the feline four pawed critters I have. This is unusual in one sense, for me to do. I've always had a cat hanging around me. Being allergic, for the most part they were outside cat's. Then down in Big Bear Country, a pregnant mamma cat darted in the door and proceeded to have her babies. As a former EMT-type, the forerunner of such/pioneer in getting EMT's. I was able to use my skills to help her. The next cat was a mamma who was outside and was about to be attacked by raccoons. If they are hungry enough they will eat anything they can take down. I picked up the kittens and she followed me into the laundry room. She couldn't have heeled any better had she of been a dog. The kittens were easy to find homes for but the mamas not so easy. They pretty much hung around as indoor/outdoor cat's. The next one was injured by the kids in the park. Long story but I ended up being the Cat Guy. The one that rescued cats. Thanks to a sponsor I got them neutered or spade and removed from the park. The ones i couldn't find homes are with me to this day. That's almost it in a nutshell. Oh, before I forget. A skunk and a mamma racoon that came to my door every night looking for food. That mamma racoon never once threatened or caused problems for the mother cat's and their tribe. Neither did the skunk. I treated the skunk who had a nose laceration, Neo-sporin works wonders. Interesting times... until it got so bad in the park that the kids killed anything and everything that moved. Then they started breaking into my trailer stole money from me and killed off three of my rescued cat's. Time to move.