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Oakhill HO Train Layout
Canada

 

The Oakhill HO railway that took 40 years to build by Reg Archibald.

 

 


 


This layout was developed from a plan taken from a Kalmbach HO gauge track planning book. 

It is lengthened and the engine roundhouse has been added. The dimensions are 13.5ft/7.5ft.

The layout is wired with 12 volt dc for one train operation at a time with 2 reversing sections.

There are 20 track switches and 9 locations where trains can be stored ready to run.

Power supply is controlled by both Peco switches and toggle switches.

The control center is set up for operation both outside and inside  the layout .

The buildings streets and crossings are wired for illumination.

There is 1 power supply and a train sound generator.

The 7 stall roundhouse is constructed from angled metal strips that were soldered together using a preformed jig.


 

 

For more information on model trians see wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rail_transport_modelling

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Copyright: Richard Novossiltzeff
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12584x6292
Taken: 18/01/2017
Uploaded: 18/01/2017
Updated: 22/01/2017
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Tags: model trains; train layout; ho gauge; model railroading; railway modelling
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