Easy Model Railroad Wiring

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Everything you need to know about wiring a permanent layout is covered in this how-to guide. Includes the essential techniques needed to wire a two-rail, DC-powered layout of any size or complexity, plus the basics of Digital Command Control.

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Spectacular, yet so simple, that is for the average model rail builder. This book covers all DC wiring, insulating, etc. and the author has made it (as he said he likes to), understandable, he writes as a model railroader not as a electrician.
All who read this book will want one! When I saw the ease of wiring as explained by Andy, (no I don't know him just taking liberties,)it made wiring my whole layout seem a lot less daunting.
DCC and a variety of other much needed info', 'live and insulated frogs' etc, it is all there.

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About the author (1999)

Sperandeo has been on the staff of Model Railroader since 1979, and served as editor from 1993-2001. He was also the founding editor of the annual Great Model Railroads Magazine. H has been a model railroader since his teens, and his interests in the hobby include modeling the Santa Fe's route through Southern California's Cajon Pass.

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