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Old 22nd July 2011, 23:24   #1
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Question Model Power N scale Signals: Feedback and help please

It's time that I think seriously about signalling in my Wrightsville Port layout, and I am kind of worried about the cost. Atlas signalling solution is very expensive, if I want to use Circuitron circuits with NJ International signals, that becomes costly too. What about Model Power signals - they are the cheapest as far as I have searched, but what is their quality? especially appearance, size, life of the bulb etc. Is it worth even considering them? And what if I want to modify them with Circuitron circuits to make block signals? How can that go?

I would really appreciate some pointers here and possible some kind of rating... may be in a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being the highest...

Thanks in advance, guys...
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