Wiring a model railroad track is an essential part of any model railroad layout. Find out how important and helpful it can be to keep your wiring neat early on when wiring model railroad tracks. When you go under your layout after everything is complete, and you’re trying to troubleshoot an electrical problem, having neat wiring will really pay off! Find out how shower curtain hooks are a wonderful tool for ensuring your wiring stays neat and organized. Now it’s time to finally wire the track and get some trains running! NMRA master model railroader Gerry Leone takes you through the process of wiring a model railroad track in this premium video. Learn a few helpful techniques for making the task of wiring a track quick and easy. Now get to work wiring your model railroad tracks and start running some trains!
Next in our journey along the C&S Railway, we leave the main line and follow a branch line through Ruby Junction. Ruby Junction joins together Kebler Pass and Irwin, which sit in the high mountains of Colorado. To make the town of Ruby come to life, expert modelers took advantage of a variety of techniques…Watch Now >>
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Continuing our journey along the main line of the C&S Railway, we head north up the Elk Mountain Timber Company Railway into the region of the Elk Meadow range, where we pass through some of this model railroad design’s most spectacular scenic features. We’ll travel higher and higher into the Rocky Mountains and traverse such…Watch Now >>