Incline Railway Project

Posted on Sep 4, 2012

The drawings and photos below are for an operating incline railway that was built by the London Model Railroad Group for its `O` scale model railway club located at London, Ontario, Canada. This is a single car model loosely based on a double car incline that operated at Port Stanley, Ontario. The mechanism is driven by a geared slow speed motor and controlled by an electronic timer circuit. The car waits for a preset time at the top and bottom of the incline before being slowly lowered down or pulled up the track.

Incline Railway Project
Click here to download the full size of the above Circuit.

A similar mechanism is used to control the large horizontal traveling fence gates that are seen at many industrial facilities. If you could get a look at one of these or find a used one a lot of design hints could be gained. There is a considerable a

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