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PECO Catalogue

The 204 page Peco catalogue is so much more than just a comprehensive guide to the wide range of Peco products. As well as featuring all the products currently available in the Peco, Ratio, Wills, Modelscene, Parkside, K & M & Tracksetta ranges a wealth of additional information is provided. Explanations and helpful hints and tips on scales and gauges, rail codes, frog descriptions, standard and narrow gauge railways, baseboard building, tracklaying, wiring, using Peco turnout motors and Smartswitch servos to operate turnouts and semaphore signals, kit building and painting, and scenic work are all included in this inspirational publication.

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Flexible Track, Wooden Sleeper

83 Line items are realistic models of North American railroad track, with Code 83 nickel silver rail. Scaled from A.R.E.A. drawings and NMRA compliant, Code 83 features authentic tie sizes and spacing, the standard American number system for frog geometry, plus a very fine representation of traditional rail spike fixings.

Goods Yard Store

Many small stations only had a loading platform for goods traffic, so required a store house for keeping goods safe and dry. The raised floor of this store both kept goods free from frost and was also a convenient height for loading. Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model. Footprint: 92mm x 60mm

Curved Turnout, Right Hand

PECO Setrack N Gauge Code 80 - Unit trackage System
The high quality rigid unit trackage system suitable for all popular brands of N gauge model trains.
Being fully compatible with both Code 80 and Code 55 PECO Streamline, it need never be discarded as your layout develops.
The solid nickel silver rails are integrally moulded into the sleeper bases for maximum realism and strength. Turnouts are fitted with an over-centre spring for immediate use, no extra levers necessary.

Turntable, Well Type

This easily assembled kit makes a model of a Ransome and Rapier well type turntable. It can be used with either Code 100 or Code 75 track. As supplied it is hand operated, but a motorising kit will be available soon. Full instructions supplied.

Turnout, Small Radius, Left Hand

PECO Streamline N Gauge Code 55 - Universal Fine trackage system
Despite a low visible rail height of just 1.4mm, all brands of N Gauge model locomotives will run on this track.
The ingenious rail section of PECO 55 combines strength and durability with a highly realistic appearance and uses the same universal rail joiners as Code 80; the geometry of this range has been cleverly designed to make it easy to build convenient, complex and aesthetically pleasing formations. For more details on Electrofrog turnouts, see our Wiring the Layout publications Nos 4 and 21.

Signal Box

Based on the Saxby and Farmer design seen on many railways across Britain. Footprint: 90mm x 56mm + 40mm over staircase. The Ratio Signal Box Interior kit 553 will provide a wealth of interior detail. Don't forget SS89 Point Rodding, SS22 Lamp Huts and, of course, signals! Supplied with pre-coloured parts although painting and/or weathering can add realism; glue is required to complete this model.

3 Way Turnout, Medium Radius

The 3 way turnout is an ideal way to save space on station approaches, junctions etc.

If you wish to mix wheel standards on your 00/H0 layout, this is the trackage to choose. Code 100 rail allows flange depths up to 1.6mm which means that both vintage and current stock will run happily together.

The wide range of turnouts and crossings in this series includes every type, and the geometry of this range has been cleverly designed to make it easy to build convenient, complex and aesthetically pleasing formations using combinations of small, medium and large radius turnouts and crossings. Layout plans suggestions can be found in our publications ‘Track Plans for Layouts to Suit all Locations’ (Ref PM-202), ‘60 Plans for Small Railways’ (Ref no PB-3), and ‘Track Plans for Various Locations’ (Ref no PB-66).

For more details on Electrofrog turnouts, see our Wiring the Layout publications Nos 4 and 21.

Signal Box Interior

Adds the finishing touches to any signal box (See Ratio 500, 503, 536, 552 and Wills SS48 kits); it contains all you need to fit out a typical signal box including a 20-lever frame and a level crossing operating wheel. Glue and paints required to complete model.

Butterley Steel Type Wagon

Railway companies all had a stock of their own vehicles for carrying goods and merchandise around their network, and also onto other companies' routes as and when required. These were integrated into British Railways at Nationalisation; some of them to be once more re liveried under sectorisation as the network was prepared to be returned to private ownership. All Peco wagons feature free running wheels in pin point axles. The ELC coupling, whilst compatible with the standard N gauge couplings, keeps a realistic distance between the vehicles and enables the PL-25 electro magnetic decoupler to be used for remote uncoupling.

Turnout, Large Radius, Right Hand

The clever geometry of this range enables the modeller to easily create convenient, complex and aesthetically satisfying track formations using combinations of small, medium and large radius turnouts and crossings. Layout plans suggestions can be found in our publications ‘Track Plans for Layouts to Suit all Locations’ (Ref PM-202), ‘60 Plans for Small Railways’ (Ref no PB-3), ‘N Gauge Track Plans’ (Ref no PB-4) and ‘Track Plans for Various Locations’ (Ref no PB-66).

Despite a low visible rail height of just 1.4mm, all brands of N Gauge model locomotives will run on this track. For more details on Electrofrog turnouts, see our Wiring the Layout publications Nos 4 and 21

Smartswitch Set

The Smartswitch(TM) system can be used to operate turnouts, semaphore signals, level crossing gates and barriers and other moving features. This set contains 4 Servos, operating wires, mounting brackets and switches plus a Smartswitch Control Board, Programming Board and also the all important Instruction Manual. Watch the videos to see the potential uses and ease of installation of this system and see our Shows You How booklet No. 24 Operating Points and Signals.

Turnout Switch Module

Enables switches to be connected without any need for soldering. Power is supplied through the fitted leads and each switch is automatically connected when fitted. Simply push the button on the front to open the holes, and feed in the bare wires from the turnout motor - no soldering or other fixing required. The PL-51 allows the PL-50 module to be extended to any size required.

Pro Grass Micro Applicator

The Pecoscene Static Grass range enables modellers to produce realistic fields, grassed areas, moorlands and embankments. The Static Grass Applicators PSG-1, 2 and 3 electrostatically charge the grass filaments so that they stand vertically, regardless of the terrain. The PSG-1 applicator is designed for creating medium to large areas, such as lawns, fields, moorlands etc. Mixing various lengths and colours of grasses can produce highly realistic textures and effects. Our Shows You How Booklet No 13 Detailing the Landscape and Youtube video clips show the effects that can be created.

Catch Turnout, Left Hand

The purpose of a Catch Turnout is to derail a vehicle before it rolls out of a siding or branch line on to a main line.

Peco Streamline Code 75 track meets the standards of enthusiasts who prefer to run trains on scale height rail. Today most manufacturers' wheels are suitable for use on Code 75 track but some vintage models may have flanges which are too deep to clear the rail fixings. Code 75 can be easily combined with code 100 track by using the SL-113 Transition Track.

The wide range of turnouts and crossings in this series includes every type, and the geometry of this range has been cleverly designed to make it easy to build convenient, complex and aesthetically pleasing formations using combinations of small, medium and large radius turnouts and crossings. Layout plans suggestions can be found in our publications ‘Track Plans for Layouts to Suit all Locations’ (Ref PM-202), ‘60 Plans for Small Railways’ (Ref no PB-3), and ‘Track Plans for Various Locations’ (Ref no PB-66).

Turnout (Mainline Sleepers), Medium Radius, Right Hand

For narrow gauge models built to either 00 (4mm) or H0 (3.5mm) scale and running on 9mm gauge track, this range emulates many narrow gauge lines found around Europe which are built to main line standards. It is compatible with the Peco 009 Setrack rigid track system. For more details on Electrofrog turnouts, see our Wiring the Layout publications Nos 4 and 21.

Turnout (Mainline Sleepers), Medium Radius, Left Hand

For narrow gauge models built to either 00 (4mm) or H0 (3.5mm) scale and running on 9mm gauge track, this range emulates many narrow gauge lines found around Europe which are built to main line standards. It is compatible with the Peco 009 Setrack rigid track system. For more details on Electrofrog turnouts, see our Wiring the Layout publications Nos 4 and 21.

Your Guide to Modelling German Railways

The first railway opened in Germany in 1835, between Nurnberg and Furth. From this small beginning railways quickly spread, assisting economic development. Originally built by private enterprise, then separate state concerns, the railways were nationalised in the mid-1920s. The variety was considerable from local light railways to heavy duty main lines, and eventually a dedicated high speed network with the now iconic ICE trains.

German toy manufacturers soon recognised the appeal of railways and now German companies are world leaders, offering a wide range of models in scales from Z to G; those modelling German railways arguably enjoy the most support of any national scene. This book explores the current state of modelling German railways, with examples of high quality layouts in different scales to illustrate the variety, and ideas for modelling and construction techniques. 111 pages fully illustrated.

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RM SEPTEMBER 2018 ISSUE Vol.69 No.815

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
James Street 
This hugely popular N gauge layout packs a lot of operational interest into its 20' x 11' size, as co-builders Steve Wright and Dave Cooper reveal.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Conley West branch terminus
David Tennant chronicles the final development of his Evenlode & Lyndene room-filling OO layout; it now boasts three stations on two levels with much traffic potential.

SCALE DRAWINGS
MSWJR 2-4-0
Three Dübs-built 2-4-0s served the Midland & South Western Junction Railway and its successors for many years; drawn by Brian Meredith, described by Tim Rayner.

FREE BOOKLET WITH THIS ISSUE!
An Introduction to OO9 Modelling
The latest in our series of Shows You How A5 booklets provides an overview of 4mm scale narrow gauge modelling, with plans to inspire and constructional features to get you started!

 

 

CM AUGUST 2018 ISSUE Vol 40 No 8

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Köszeg Óvarós 
Peter Phillips describes his new Hungarian layout, Köszeg Old Town, which features both standard and narrow gauge lines (HO and HOe).

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Chica, Illinois
Peter North returns to a favourite compact layout theme: a small wayside station on the Rock Island lines, modelled in HO with a high level of authentic detail.

EDITOR'S PICK
On the P–O Corrèze
Following the suggestion of Tulle as a possible layout (CM March 2018), we look at some of the stock used on the metre gauge Corrèze lines of the Paris – Orléans with photographs from the late W.J.K.Davies.

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CM JANUARY 2018 ISSUE

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Bertsdorf 
The well-known junction on the Zittau network: Mark Dale decided to model in HOe a station with the potential for interesting operation.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Angustein
Angus Wallace relates how he came to construct an extensive Epoch II HO layout, an imaginary location on the German/Austrian border.

EDITORS'S PICK
Trambaantje
Marc de Bruin chose to model a rural tramway in HO as a practical project which could be completed with reasonable resources in a sensible time.

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CM FEBRUARY 2018 ISSUE

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Oeversijde 
Evan Daes describes his new Belgian HO layout, serving an industrial area alongside a major canal, set some time between the 1980s and the present.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Gusswerk
On the electrified narrow gauge Mariazellerbahn - a small HOe exhibition layout built by Paul Sutherland, a self-confessed 'less than average' modeller.

EDITORS'S PICK
Wurzbach Station Building
Peter Smith relates how he scratchbuilt a structure for a proposed German O gauge layout.

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CM MARCH 2018 ISSUE

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Neuburg 
Back in the DDR! Nick Palette has built a new HO layout, once again set in East Germany.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
Ulle
Great minds think alike! Peter Smith and Ian Stock independently alighted upon the potential of a French station that is a shadow of its former self but which would make an interesting layout.

EDITORS'S PICK
Outeniqua Museum
Johan Leflang reports on some recent additions to the HO layout at a well-known transport museum in Cape province, South Africa.

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CM APRIL 2018 ISSUE

RAILWAY OF THE MONTH 
Waldburg - and more 
Mike Mackay has created a satisfying German HO layout - a small network of three stations with optional continuous run which offers interesting operation within a reasonable space.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
St. Combs
A small section of the Canadian National in N - Norman Raven was motivated to build a new exhibition layout set in Canada following a 'request' from his wife...

EDITORS'S PICK
Creating a Crampton
Inspired by the example preserved at the Cité du Train, Jacques Poré assembles a recent kit by Est Modéles for a French historic locomotive.

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