A basic model train layout containing a passing siding with a train running around and stopping in an automated sequence.
Project tutorial by Kushagra Keshari
Our train will solve many irritations. It is no longer crowded, faster, on time and gives you always up-to-date information through an app.
Project showcase by Team STT
This code is developed to "test" drive a model train between two gates made of a LED and LDR.
Project in progress by Masters
A basic point to point model railroad layout ideal for trams, light rail, powered cars, and metro trains.
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
A simple and basic model railway layout controlled by an Arduino microcontroller.
No need to purchase any propriety systems, this is a stand alone unit operated by a free App called 'LocoMotive'
Project tutorial by Falkland Bill
A basic Arduino-controlled model railway layout with an oval loop and a yard siding to house a train, working in an automated sequence.
A low-cost way of controlling a model train layout using a mobile phone through DTMF.
An upgraded version of a previous project which now has a yard siding to house the train.
Many had asked to me make simple project with the simplest set of hardware, without using URB boards. You're welcome.
Project tutorial by Steve Massikker
A variation of the keyboard controlled model train, controlled by a PS/2 keyboard.
An Arduino-controlled model railroad layout with a passing siding where the locomotive picks up and drops off rolling stock autonomously.
An Arduino-based point-to-point model railroad automation project.
An Arduino-based automated model railroad layout for running two trains alternatively.
Learn how to make a simple keyboard controlled model railway layout with the help of an Arduino microcontroller.
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