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  • July 13th- Standing on the Shoulders of Giants- Part 13 This time I want to discuss a “giant” who very few of you may know or have heard of, the late Larry Keeler. Larry was a giant both figuratively and ...
    Posted Jul 14, 2017, 6:23 PM by Sue Line RailRoad
  • June 29th- On the Shoulders of Giants Pt 12 How do you introduce a “giant” who needs no introduction?  The late John Allen, the “Wizard of Monterey”, who had the magnificent Gorre & Daphetid model railroad.  His influence is seen ...
    Posted Jun 30, 2017, 5:45 PM by Sue Line RailRoad
  • June 15th- On the Shoulders of Giants- Part 11 This time I want to discuss a “giant” who literally needs no introduction. Dr. Bruce Chubb, who along with his elegant wife, Janet, live in Grand Rapids, Michigan and have ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2017, 10:43 AM by Sue Line RailRoad
  • June 1st- On the Shoulders of Giants- Pt 10. We are all privileged to work with manufacturers, hobbyists and though leaders in this hobby.  It is small enough of a pursuit that we get to establish personal relationships with ...
    Posted Jun 2, 2017, 7:05 PM by Sue Line RailRoad
  • May 18th- On the shoulders of Giants- Pt 9 This time I want to share with you a “Giant in the Hobby” that has had a great influence on me, Tony Koester (see below) , who lives with his wife ...
    Posted May 18, 2017, 5:51 PM by Sue Line RailRoad
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Welcome!

After 25 years of running RailCommand and a "home made" signal system running on an 8088, the management has finally realized that the system is obsolete and needed to be replaced.

Starting in the summer of 2009, systems were studied and after much debate we have chosen the Easy DCC system by CVP Products and the Signal system produced by R-R CirKits. Both are being installed after removing the old system down to the track jumpers. The signal system will be utilized in conjunction with the JMRI Panel Pro. We are currently using a fast clock from Iowa Scaled Engineering.

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pathman@kamm.us

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