Chris writes: I now have three Protocab units running on my CCLRailway layout. It takes a bit of nerve to drill holes and take apart the Brand New Loco, therefore probably relinquishing all rights under warranty etc. But it's done and works well.

What is great I can walk anywhere in the loft and drive the train, setting the route in front of it, not constrained by wired sections or having an umbilical cord back to a control panel. In fact I often put the controller in my pocket or round my neck, so I have 2 hands free.

Many thanks Chris for kindly permitting us to publish the following photographs of your installation of Protocab to power a Gauge O tank engine. For further information on the Collyweston Light Railway (CCLR) - a fictional Light railway preservation society in Gauge O - please see Chris' website at: http://www.cadhris.com/collyweston-light-railway.html. - Ed

Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward


Photograph (c) 2016 Chris Ward





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