I have written a more complex script that uses track circuit sensors to detect the locomotive position and then operates points and loco speed and direction. Sound effects are also controlled by the script. This video show the script running. In the video you will see the JMRI Sensor table status, the dynamic track diagram and the output of the script.
You will be able to see the contents of the smaller windows if you play this video in full screen mode.
I have at last started to get the track laid at Kay Hernan. The first full length if from the main line entry at the River Hernan bridge to the quay end. There is more than can be seen from the top as each point is operated by a servo controlled from a MERG CANSERVO8 module and each point and track section is powered via MERG DCCTOTI8/CANTOTI track occupancy modules. I plan to automate things at a later date and am installing all the required units now.
Here is a video of the first test run…
Years ago I purchased a small illuminated fish and chip shop sign. I think it was intended for an 0 gauge layout I was trying to build at the time but I never finished the layout and the sign was never used.
Kay Hernan will have a fish and chip shop and so the sign will, at long last, be displayed in the shop window.
Here is a short video of the sign in action…