Sad to have to do this but......Due to a move, I have to sell my Conrail Indy line layout, It has been a stop on many Proto operator tours here in troy michigan for the last 10 years, A member of the SE mich proto operators group, that includes John Depaw and Bruce Errant and the gang from Model Railroader among others. people from all over the country have operated on it and now you can own it. Features include code 100 track peco switchs and tortise machines. The highlight is a signal system with Bruce Chubb components. Bruce Chubb designed Computer/Model Railroad Interface (C/MRI) System . value of the signal system alone is $5,000,, .. Lenz DCC system, Tomar signals, 100+ DCC loco's, most conrail but Soo and others, Athearn Proto life life walthers Kato ,, digitrax NCE easy dcc The layout was featured in RMJ july 07, So it is recognized for the skill and talent that built it July '07 RailModel Journal has a short article on Chuck Liford's Indy
Line layout. and the signal system was done by the master, Mike Burgett Mike writes: "I have always had an interest in railroading and in railway signal systems since I was about eight years old. I always enjoyed wiring my Lionel layout and in later years my HO scale layout. It was this interest that led me to learn as much about railway signal systems as I could. Today I put this information to good uses in my job as a Signal Maintainer for the Canadian National Railway in Pontiac, Michigan. Model railroading is still my hobby. I have recently completed the Centralized Traffic Control (CTC) system on my friend Chuck Liford's layout, who models Conrail's Indianapolis Line from Berea Ohio to Indianapolis, Indiana circa 1998. While I cannot provide complete details here due to space I ask that you PLEASE call me before bidding. chuck , This is just to big a layout to describe here. Pick up would be in Troy Michigan, north of detroit. I thank you for your time,
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