76 results found for 'operation'
Issue 182 (2008)
Robin Whittle extends his recent tour of his P4 C&HPR layout with this description of how he modelled Sheep Pasture incline.
Issue 112 (1999)
Move your point blades more realistically with this scaratchbuilt unit.
Issue 111 (1999)
Experimenting with relays has led to an improved signal actuating unit controlled electronically.
Issue 122 (2000)
Continuing the culinary theme of Part 1 in MRJ No.111, J. Douglas Smith gives some 'recipes' for improved Signal Actuating Units, controlled electronically.
Issue 21 (1988)
W. A. M. Barter on making three-link couplings easier to live with.
Issue 45 (1991)
Michael H. Walshaw describes the workings and pleasures of a model railway signalling system based on the prototype.
Block system etc.
Issue 215 (2012)
MRJ series - Miniature Block Instruments
Richard Challis explains how he devised the electrical system behind the miniature block instruments now in use on two layouts
Issue 60 (1993)
Readers who inquired about Peter Denny's block instruments in the wake of his article on operating 'Buckingham' (MRJ No. 46) will probably be surprised to learn that they are cheap, low-tech and deeply redolent of the real thing, just like the rest of the layout. Hee, Peter explains how they are made.
Issue 61 (1993)
Peter Denny had an electro-mechanical unit to which he could offer trains. Ian Everett comes up with a modern digital replica which he calls "Digital Crispin".
Issue 216 (2012)
We may call it operation but running a layout in a 'railway-like manner' is what interests John Elliott. Through his words he has presented a narrative behind his thinking, and introduces us to this topic in an inspired and enthused way. However, that is not all there is to Bradfield Gloucester Square, as it captures the essence of an everyday scene that most of us remember. The scene is set in 1962.