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I got one today. Very fast.

Is there a way to wire it up to the standard silver hornby controller. If not the I have an hm2000 and an hm clipper that I could use although i'd rather not.

Hornby in our house is a huge part to christmas. Myself and my father came together to bring a railway  baseboard down from the garage. We are excited to see what father christmas has in store for the railway I am building. We all love gifting each other hornby locos. It brings the family together on the big day to build a new end to end layout each year. We love a hornby christmas.

Thanks dude...Really Really Really helpful

I am in the middle of planning my new baseboard layout and I am starting the electrics. I am planning on fitting several surface mounted point motors but I'm wandering how to control them all. Is there a single controller for them all? Do i need to plug switches in? If so do they get electricity from mains or from the track?


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