How can I help? : LUSENET : Wiring for DCC : One Thread

If you have suggestions or information for me to add to my web page, plase send it to my email address

If you are willing to answer questions, I appreciate you checking this forum. Please answer a person's question as fully as you want. Let's try to avoid long thread discussions. Lively discussions are probably best handled on the DCCSIG. Let's avoid using this forum for debate. If you have something to add or an alternate suggestion, by all means, please chime in!

-- Allan W. Gartner (, March 07, 1998


If you want to be one of my helpers, let me know who you are. I'll make sure you are alerted every time I make an update to my web page. Thanks!

-- Allan W. Gartner (, March 07, 1998.

You can count me in as a helper if you like.. I am always willing to help answer questions..

-- Don Crano (, March 07, 1998.

I can help on any track work construction and techniques. I've been handlaying for 35 years. I'm just now starting with DCC, using the EasyDCC equipment for my 880 sq. ft. in construction COSLAR railroad. 'Coming Out Smelling Like A Rose' -ed mccamey-

-- Ed McCamey (, August 20, 1998.

To all the frequent answerers of this Q&A Forum:

You all make this forum happen. I'm glad to see we have been able to keep this forum civil and without a lot of unproductive dialog.

My web page at hosts the gateway to this forum. But that's about it. The forum is about DCC in general, not just my wiring. I already have a link for most of you on this page. If you would like, provide a link to the tips page and I will provide a link back to your page at the top like is set up for me, Larry, and Don.

I will be tied up during the next several weeks, so I may not respond to your replies quickly. No, I'm not ignoring you.

Thank you!

-- Allan Gartner (, April 28, 1999.

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