DelTang Tx21 Throttle Kit Changes

It has come to my attention that DelTang have made a change to the Tx21 Throttle Kit which is causing some confusion. The latest kits include a newer version of the Tx2 transmitter module that does not include the large black capacitor shown in the assembly photographs. On the new boards, this capacitor has been … Continue reading

Kimberton 2016 Meet “Report”

I’ve just returned home from this year’s Mid-Atlantic Narrow Gauge Guild Module Meet (affectionately know as “Kimberton”), and thought some of you might want to know how the meet went. I enjoyed seeing many long-time friends, and shooting the breeze, both at the fairgrounds and on the porch at the French Creek Inn. Attendance was … Continue reading

Choosing Your DelTang Throttle Kit

While DelTang offer several throttle choices, I’ve found that the Tx21 and Tx22 throttles are by far the two most popular options, which is why I’ve only been carrying those two. The only difference between them is that the Tx21 is a “single loco” throttle, and the Tx22 offers “Selecta” control of 1 of 12 … Continue reading

All in Another Day’s Work

More work today! There’s roadbed now all the way around to the Searsport yard throat, and track has been laid or filled in all the way up to that weird, tricky little corner. What’s more, a train can run and stay on the track the whole way — when it doesn’t run into a tool… … Continue reading

Back to Working on the Railroad

It’s been a busy couple of days on the railroad! Thursday, Kevin came over again and we got some benchwork in, and yesterday I went down and finished those projects up. There’s now continuous benchwork from Corinna all the way around to the upper yard throat at Searsport! Here’s a collection of pictures of the … Continue reading

The Millennium Falcon Flies Again!

Kevin came by today to drop off a large lateral file cabinet and to play the part of Chewbacca to help get the end of the peninsula (which I dubbed the Millennium Falcon because of it shape) back up on legs after its mysterious crash landing a couple of weeks ago. We actually managed to … Continue reading