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After a first post some weeks ago I introduced myself just some minutes ago under the right topic. I forgot about that the first time. I'm new to lego train and started to build the smallest of all possible layouts: a circle. I want to do this for a 4,5 V train and make a layout around it. Has anyone ever done such a small layout? I have been reading this forum but didn't find any examples of small layouts. First thing I have to do is make the ballast for the blue tracks, primarily because I want to fix the rails to the baseplates. I didn't find an example of this for curved blue tracks. Maybe this can help someone later: I'm adding 2 pictures showing the ballastplates that fix the old 4,5 V curves to the baseplate. The ballast has to be finished with tiles and other plates now of course. Not spectacular, but I wanted to share it next to my forementioned question.
Hi all, I recently acquired LEGO transformer 740 (which appears to be made by Siemens) to power the 725 set I found at Brickmania in Wetteren some time ago. The train runs great, and it really amazes me that all the electronics still work like new! The transformer has three outputs: #1 is marked 0-13 VDC and should be used for the trains, #2 is marked 16 VAC and should be used for electric turnouts, and #3 is marked 3,6 VAC and has a lightbulb symbol. Does anybody know if LEGO ever made any accessories (lights, ...) which could be connected to the third output of this transformer?