Re: Controlling power (0n/Off) in Staging Yard Tracks
Jerry, you're right based on your railroad's operations. I'm a single operator on a home based layout, and while I do run multiple trains at the same time . . . . yard operations are usually one train at a time. So for me, the rotary switches were the perfect answer.
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Wouldn't a problem with rotary switches be that you can only turn on one track at a time? That wouldn't work for us considering a train may be entering the yard as another is leaving. We need individual switches.
Amarillo Railroad Museum