Consist: the list and/or order in which multiple engines or train cars are lined up.
Consist: Cars which make up a train; also a list of those cars. Locomotive consist is a group of engines put together to pull a train.
Operating and controlling several locomotives as if they were a single entity. There are three types of consisting: (1) Basic consisting is where all locomotive decoders in the lash-up have the same address.
A group of railway cars and engines that make up a train.
CONSIST"Contents or equipment of a train. Report form sent ahead so yardmaster can make plans for switching the train. The report is usually dropped off to an operator; this is dropping the consist
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The full set of cars which make up a train, usually used in reference to a freight train. Cars which make up a train; also a list of those cars. Locomotive ~ is a group of engines put together to pull a train.
- ~ING: See Double Heading
- CV: Configuration Variable. Components within a decoder which store the characteristics of that device. Each component has it's own reference number, and these can be individually programmed.
A listing of all rail cars on a train, in train order, that is transmitted from station to station in advance of the train's arrival.
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~ List of cars that make up a train.
Craze When glues ruin the surface of uncompatible plastic.
Crossover Two parallel turnouts that allow a train to move from one track to the other.
Operating and controlling several locomotives as if they were a single entity. For example, several diesels might be connected together to provide more power for a steep grade. Also called multiple unit lashup, "MUing", multi-unit ~, or lashup.
Traffic ~ed of timber to the sawmill and coal from numerous mines hauled back to Stearns to be interchanged with the Southern. The K&T also ran a modest Passenger service between Bell Farm and Stearns. At its high tide, the K&T hauled about 1,000 passengers and 3,500 tons of coal daily.
A train ~ing of vehicles which are not fitted with continuous brakes. Special care is needed in working such trains as the only brakes available are those of the locomotive and brake van (controlled independently by the guard).
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The town ~s of the two parts Großen-Linden and Leihgestern.
It is the home of the computer hardware seller Alternate (company).
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Linden is a municipality in the district of Kaiserslautern, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany.
The track ~s of the rails joined by metal crosspieces. These cross pieces are called "ties." You will notice that the center rail is insulated from the crosspiece by a sliver of cardboard or fiber. Rail is joined by pins.
This bundle ~s of frame/walkway module, and a fuel tank module.
* I assembled the fuel tank first. I used Barge cement along the ribs of the fuel tank to attach the weight.
~ent Scale - It may be tempting to purchase structures and accessories on sale that are not in your particular model railroad scale. This should be avoided, however, because the best model railroad designs keep everything in the correct scale for uniformity of design.
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An overview of some of the benefits to model railroading. (revised 01/23/01)
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~ (US), formation (UK): A noun to describe the group of rail vehicles making up a train, or more commonly a group of locomotives connected together for Multiple-Unit (MU) operation. ...
Every locomotive ~s of a framework or cassis supported by springs on weels. The framework carries in its turn a boiler, and an engine with two, three, or four horizontal or nearly horizontal cylinders, two being the usual number.
Our current setup ~s of 12 member-owned straight units and four Club-owned corner pieces. We also built two "bridge" units that are four feet long and only 1 foot deep. They allow us to fill in an odd space when-ever we have an uneven number of normal sized modules.
Each car in a ~ has it's own ECU, which communicates with the other ECUs in the ~. Effective Securing Device A device applied to secure a manually operated switch or derail for the protection of Roadway Workers.
Application ~s of all of the operations from the time the brake pipe reduction is started until the brake is released. Approach Signal A signal that governs the approach to another signal.
A ~ency halfway between water and pudding is good. Choose the width of your material by what is most convenient for you. The rougher the terrain, the more difficult it will be to get large pieces to conform to it.
A device ~ing of two tapered rails with necessary connections, designed to divert rolling stock from one track to another.
It usually ~s of granite, whinstone or furnace slag. Ash is sometimes used in yards but not where any sort of speed is required as the dust gets into the rolling stock equipment.
A train ~ing entirely of coaches, the outer of which have a cab enabling the train to be independently driven in both directions. An EMU is powered from an outside power source such as the overhead catenary or a third running rail.
A railroad wheel typically ~s of two main parts: the wheel itself, and the tire around the outside. A rail tire is itself steel, and is typically heated and pressed onto the wheel, where it remains firmly as it shrinks and cools.
Generally a non-load carrying flat car or gondola car that is used in train ~ for: (1) Providing space for load end overhang that extends beyond striker of load car. (2) Providing connection between two bolster cars carrying an extremely long load.
Understanding that the publishing industry is on the ropes at the moment and that MR is a for-profit venture, MR has ~ently displayed a commercial face with regards to how it treats its advertisers and the lack of citations within its pages of other publications in the hobby.
Double stacks, auto racks, coal, and general merchandise ~s traverse the line at the rate of about one per hour. Most have three or more road diesels at the head end, testimony to the tough grades in both directions.
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Multiple Unit Locomotive ~s
When pulling longer trains, particularly in N scale, it is common practice to use the prototypical practice of pulling the train with multiple locomotives.
A bridge structure ~ing of beam, girder or truss spans supported upon bents. The bents may be of the piled or of the frame type. When of framed timbers, metal or reinforced concrete they may involve two or more tiers in their construction.
It may ~ of a single turnout for single track or may ~ of several turnouts and diamond crossings for double (or multiple) tracks.
Ensure that the paint you are about to use is mixed to a thorough ~ency. Start by striking the closed container of paint sharply and repeatedly against the palm of your hand. After about 20 strikes, open the container and mix the paint thoroughly with a stir-stick.
A track clear detection system ~ing of counting points at both ends of a section and a counter connected to the counting points. The occupancy of a section is detected by comparing the number of axles which enter the section with the number of axles which leave the section.
HO Scale model of Conrail diesel locomotives pulling a ~ of loaded well cars. Video taken at the Short Line Model Railroad Club in Ephrata, PA.
Custom Model Railroad HO Scale 12'x18' Silver SeriesJack Moelmann's Model Railroad (narrated)
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The shows ~s of independent dealers that just go to these shows and have no other retail locations, therefore they can offer items at substantial discounts. The shows normally also have some large hobby shops, as well as, manufactures represented.
I say this because Minex used existing H0 mechanisms, track and transformers, so the only manufacturing ~ed of designing and building two new locomotive shells (which fit onto H0 mechanisms), a passenger car (to make No.'s 4400 and 4401) and three freight cars.
A group of passenger coaches coupled together to form a train. In other words, the coaches of a passenger train minus the engine. Analogous to a "~" in North America, though I think ~s can be freight (goods) trains as well as passenger.
Some interesting research will give you the precise ~ency of your favorite limited. However, three units of power plus ten or twelve eighty foot cars is one long train. Most home layouts have problems handling these beautiful first class models.
It's a very functional structure, and is easily put together. It is a platform ~ing of girders, cross braces and joists, all working together to do the job. Most of the time the joists are about 18 inches apart, but they do not need to be equally spaced.
The MRD2 combines two infrared train detectors into one circuit module. Each detector ~s of an infrared LED light source and a phototransistor light receiver.
See also: What is the meaning of Train, Track, Engine, Point, Scale?