Baseball
Module Name:
Baseball
Diorama:
Mates with Beucher Farm to form junction assembly
Owner Name:
NEONS
Sponsor:
Razor
Date Built:
2005
Date Updated:
 
Status:
Active
Module Type:
4' Universal Flexi-Junction corner
Length:
4'
Width:
4'
Skyboard:
12" laminated
Track
Code:
80
Brand:
Atlas
Turnouts:
5 Peco long
Crossovers:
none
Passing Sidings:
none
Yard Tracks
none
Industrial Spurs
none
Other Tracks
none
Electrical:
Wire
Connector
110V
Designer:
Razor
 
Red (left)
12 gauge
PP-30
 
Carpentry:
Kroutter
 
Red (right)
12 gauge
PP-30
 
Track:
Razor
 
Yellow
12 gauge
PP-30
 
Wiring:
Razor
 
Blue
12 gauge
PP-30
 
Scenery:
Razor
DCC Equipment:
Two UP-5s and a 4-way Loconet splitter
Powered Accessories:
Two Peco turnout actuators. A pair of wires can be connected to the accessory terminals of an idle power pack to power the actuators. The actuators are activated by three momentary DPDT toggle switches. One wall wart powers the two UP-5s
Scenery:
Oklahoma Scene:
Route 66 Scene:
 
Prototype RR:
 
Baseball
Baseball
Track Plan
Baseball
Sign Board
Every town has a ball park and our Oklahoma community is no different. Fitting nicely inside the junction between two railroads, the ballpark fence has advertising billboards covering its face and protects outfielders from straying too near the tracks as they chase long fly balls. Old Glory flies high on the flag pole just above the Oklahoma State flag, wafting in the breeze and indicating to batters that the wind is in their favor today. The town council has promised a new scoreboard for next season.
Description & History
The success of the joint N-Trak and N Scale Collector conventions at Chantilly in 2004 convinced us that we needed to take the step to DCC and become prepared to run the RED LINE ROUTE (RLR). In 2005 we designed and built our first junction and link module pair. Our junction module is a 4' square with junction connections incorporated so the module can be used on the left hand side or the right hand side, or it can be used as a normal 4' corner module. It connects to a transition module which is a standard 4' module that has a curve of the blue line in both directions to tie in the Red return line. It can be placed on either side of the junction to make it left hand or right hand. Thse modules can be used as a regular corner and POFF module anywhere in the layout if we're not linking to another club's layout.