Adding a Working Bell and Lights to a Steam Engine

Laurie has added a working bell and lights to this Hon3 Blackstone K-27 locomotive.

Laurie achieved this by installing a tiny motor in the cabin which is connected to a 2nd decoder. The decoder is programmed to work the bell, the classification marker lamps and the firebox flicker under the locomotive.

It looks sensational…

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One Response to Adding a Working Bell and Lights to a Steam Engine

  1. Laurie McLean MMR says:

    The video is the first showing the Blackstone HOn3 K27 with the bell working very slow.
    Here is the link to the new video showing the bell re-programmed speed and the Tsunami ring rate adjusted –
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOK5O7ulLtI

    Regards,
    Laurie McLean MMR
    Australia

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