I’ve been working on this railroad for 5 years. I have shown the YT world pretty much all of my techniques for building one. So, this is my last video focusing on The Brownsmith Railroad, and with a focus on model railroading. This does not mean I’m done working on my railroad, or even done working on models. I have some new things I want to tackle, and as time permits, you can expect to see them on this channel.
In this video we will tell you why I removed my Digitrax decoders from 2 locos and replaced them with TCS decoders. We’ll also take a look at how I “power clean” my locomotive trucks. Then we’ll look at why I regret putting no-ox ID on my rails. Finally, I’ll take you on a tour of some of the new things I installed on the layout.
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