Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by prodigy2k7, Dec 23, 2006.
what is a feeder track?
I think you might mean a feeder wire, thats when you have a single return wire running under your layout and the feeder wires attach it to your track. you use less wire doing it that way
so it gives power so your track right?
Yes. Usually we use a short piece of thin wire so that it doesn't show so much. The resistance in a short wire isn't bad and there should normally be a few in the adjoining track sections so that there's some parallelism.
There's a much heavier wire under the layout going to the power pack or the control panel.
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