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NRM-12010 Log Scaling Platform Kit : All Scales : N Scale

NRM-12010 Log Scaling Platform Kit
Log scaling platforms are an important part of the logging industry wherever logs are transported by truck on their way from the logging site to the lumber mill; they are used to put a value on a load of lumber.

We've created a model closely based on the log scaling platform at the Hull Oaks Lumber Co. in Dawson, OR.

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NRM-12013 Passenger & Freight Shelter Kit : All Scales : N Scale

NRM-12013 Passenger & Freight Shelter Kit
Before the 1950s and the advent of our national highway system, travel by rail was very popular. Small towns or small stops that didn’t warrant a full station would often have a small passenger shelter instead of a full-blown station.

This structure represents a small passenger shelter that includes a small freight storage room as well.

Key benefits

  1. Tab and slot construction simplifies assembly and provides perfect alignment each time.
  2. Ultra Asphalt Shingles™ come as a peel and stick sheet with a photographic image of rows of shingles. These fool even the best of modelers, and are much easier to apply than individual rows.

  • Retail Price: $19.95 
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NRM-40010 Blue Point Turnout Controller Drill Template : All Scales : Available

NRM-40010 Blue Point Turnout Controller Drill Template

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  • Current Price: $4.46 
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NRM-40018 Blue Point Turnout Controller : All Scales : Available

NRM-40018 Blue Point Turnout Controller
The R/C pushrod shown in the photograph is a 2-56 threaded rod with a nylon clevis screwed onto the end. Both of these are made by Dubro and are available at most hobby shops that sell R/C airplane parts. The clevis is Dubro part number 228, and the threaded rod is part number 378 for 12" rod. For a knob we drilled a hole through a plastic knob and held it to the rod with locking 2-56 nuts. Using a stiff threaded rod works well for short runs. For longer runs, we recommend using a flexible push-pull tube, such as the Gold-N-Rod made by Sullivan Products. These come in 3' and 4' lengths, but can be cut shorter very easily. If you use a flexible push-pull tube, you will need to anchor the outer tube to the bench work at both ends so it can't move. We've also had a number of questions about using the Blue Points under 2" thick foam. The simple answer is yes, they work great. The tension and throw adjustment slider provides more than enough range to handle long runs of spring wire. We include .032" diameter spring steel wire with the product, which is quite rigid. You can also slip a brass tube over wire that extends through the foam to provide more power at the throw bar, if needed. Specs We've designed the Blue Point Turnout Control to operate turnouts in scales from N through O. The electrical contacts are double pole, double throw (DPDT) rated at 5 amps, so they have plenty of capacity to power a frog or just about anything else you'll want to drive. When the switch is in one position, contact 5 is connected to contact 4, and contact 2 is connected to contact 1. Move the switch to the other position and now 5 is connected to 6 and 2 is connected to 3. Made in the USA
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NRM-40018-10 Blue Point Turnout Controller (10-pack) : All Scales : Available

NRM-40018-10 Blue Point Turnout Controller (10-pack)
The R/C pushrod shown in the photograph is a 2-56 threaded rod with a nylon clevis screwed onto the end. Both of these are made by Dubro and are available at most hobby shops that sell R/C airplane parts. The clevis is Dubro part number 228, and the threaded rod is part number 378 for 12" rod. For a knob we drilled a hole through a plastic knob and held it to the rod with locking 2-56 nuts. Using a stiff threaded rod works well for short runs. For longer runs, we recommend using a flexible push-pull tube, such as the Gold-N-Rod made by Sullivan Products. These come in 3' and 4' lengths, but can be cut shorter very easily. If you use a flexible push-pull tube, you will need to anchor the outer tube to the bench work at both ends so it can't move. We've also had a number of questions about using the Blue Points under 2" thick foam. The simple answer is yes, they work great. The tension and throw adjustment slider provides more than enough range to handle long runs of spring wire. We include .032" diameter spring steel wire with the product, which is quite rigid. You can also slip a brass tube over wire that extends through the foam to provide more power at the throw bar, if needed. Specs We've designed the Blue Point Turnout Control to operate turnouts in scales from N through O. The electrical contacts are double pole, double throw (DPDT) rated at 5 amps, so they have plenty of capacity to power a frog or just about anything else you'll want to drive. When the switch is in one position, contact 5 is connected to contact 4, and contact 2 is connected to contact 1. Move the switch to the other position and now 5 is connected to 6 and 2 is connected to 3. Made in the USA
  • Retail Price: $129.95 
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NRM-40018-5 Blue Point Turnout Controller (5-pack) : All Scales : Available

NRM-40018-5 Blue Point Turnout Controller (5-pack)
The R/C pushrod shown in the photograph is a 2-56 threaded rod with a nylon clevis screwed onto the end. Both of these are made by Dubro and are available at most hobby shops that sell R/C airplane parts. The clevis is Dubro part number 228, and the threaded rod is part number 378 for 12" rod. For a knob we drilled a hole through a plastic knob and held it to the rod with locking 2-56 nuts. Using a stiff threaded rod works well for short runs. For longer runs, we recommend using a flexible push-pull tube, such as the Gold-N-Rod made by Sullivan Products. These come in 3' and 4' lengths, but can be cut shorter very easily. If you use a flexible push-pull tube, you will need to anchor the outer tube to the bench work at both ends so it can't move. We've also had a number of questions about using the Blue Points under 2" thick foam. The simple answer is yes, they work great. The tension and throw adjustment slider provides more than enough range to handle long runs of spring wire. We include .032" diameter spring steel wire with the product, which is quite rigid. You can also slip a brass tube over wire that extends through the foam to provide more power at the throw bar, if needed. Specs We've designed the Blue Point Turnout Control to operate turnouts in scales from N through O. The electrical contacts are double pole, double throw (DPDT) rated at 5 amps, so they have plenty of capacity to power a frog or just about anything else you'll want to drive. When the switch is in one position, contact 5 is connected to contact 4, and contact 2 is connected to contact 1. Move the switch to the other position and now 5 is connected to 6 and 2 is connected to 3. Made in the USA
  • Retail Price: $69.95 
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NRM-40020 Universal Throttle Pocket : All Scales : Available

NRM-40020 Universal Throttle Pocket
During layout operating sessions modelers are always looking for a place to set down their throttles. Universal Throttle Pockets from New Rail Models offer a convenient alternative to leaving throttles on the scenery or trackwork. These durable injection-molded plastic throttle holders attach to layout fascia panels. Can be used with DCC handheld throttles from all major manufacturers including the latest MRC Prodigy handhelds.
  • Retail Price: $11.95 
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NRM-40020-10 Universal Throttle Pocket (10-pack) : All Scales : Available

NRM-40020-10 Universal Throttle Pocket (10-pack)
During layout operating sessions modelers are always looking for a place to set down their throttles. Universal Throttle Pockets from New Rail Models offer a convenient alternative to leaving throttles on the scenery or trackwork. These durable injection-molded plastic throttle holders attach to layout fascia panels. Can be used with DCC handheld throttles from all major manufacturers including the latest MRC Prodigy handhelds.
  • Retail Price: $79.95 
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NRM-40020-3 Universal Throttle Pocket (3-pack) : All Scales : Available

NRM-40020-3 Universal Throttle Pocket (3-pack)
During layout operating sessions modelers are always looking for a place to set down their throttles. Universal Throttle Pockets from New Rail Models offer a convenient alternative to leaving throttles on the scenery or trackwork. These durable injection-molded plastic throttle holders attach to layout fascia panels. Can be used with DCC handheld throttles from all major manufacturers including the latest MRC Prodigy handhelds.
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NRM-40021 Folding Drink & Tool Holder : All Scales : Available

NRM-40021 Folding Drink & Tool Holder

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NRM-40021-5 Folding Drink & tool Holder (5-pack) : All Scales : Available

NRM-40021-5 Folding Drink & tool Holder (5-pack)

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NRM-40023-5 Flex Link Hardware Kit : All Scales : Available

NRM-40023-5 Flex Link Hardware Kit
Simplify installation of Blue Point(TM) Turnout Controllers (sold separately) with this complete and easy to use system. A wood knob mounted on the fascia is connected to a nylon push-pull tube, which then connects to the Controller. Tubes are 3' (91.4cm) long, and can be bent into tight curves, or cut to fit as needed.

All of the hardware needed to hook-up five Blue Point(TM) Controllers; NOTE: Flex Link Tubing (#40024-5) is needed but not included with this set.
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