Trackplan III- ALL comments, criticisms or suggestions welcomed (warning long post)

Discussion in 'Track Planning' started by grandpacoyote, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. Russ Bellinis

    Russ Bellinis Active Member

    That is about it. I think it would work better with the new crossover turned around, but it will work either way. If the space is too tight to fit the crossover the other way due to the switch leading to industry "B" there is no reason the switch for the upper track could not be installed just beyond the switch for the siding to "B" so that the crossover starts in the straight just before the curve in the lower track and completes beyond the switch in the upper section. I'm sorry, I just don't know enough about computers to draw my ideas, and post them.
  2. grandpacoyote

    grandpacoyote Member


    I think I follow your meaning sir, I'm away from home for a few days but I'll try it out when I get back and see what I can do.

    Thanks again for the advice, I appreciate it greatly.

  3. KCS

    KCS Member

    That sound's good to me. Isn't 3pi a track design program? If so then I'll have to download it to veiw the file and make any changes to make it fit into my space. However sense I model current era just the change in building kit style's is the only thing but I do like the road set up too. Just a layout of this size will take me some time to get started on until I find another job. Are you building your's in sections or all as one whole layout? If I do build it would have to be in sections. Thanks much.
  4. KCS

    KCS Member

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