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Photo 10 - Rheostat bracket with
label glued on.
The label was made using Sheet 9 Fig. 9.4, by printing it yellow paper,
then cutting it out and plastic laminating it, then gluing it onto the
bracket using a glue stick
On this unit, the hole for the
power-indicating LED has been left empty. The lights on the Shiloh
Signal's target signal can be used to indicate power.
Photo 11 - Looking at the other side of
the rheostat mounting bracket.
Photo 12 - A small angle (from an
old Gilbert erector set) mounted on the corner of the base, allows the
Shiloh Signals target signal to be clipped to the base.
Photo 13 - The control unit with
the target signal attached.
(Since this unit is transported to displays, the signal needs to be
able to be laid flat against the base for transporting it without
Photo 14 - The 16-terminal barrier strip
on the control unit,
matches up to the 16-terminal barrier strip on the track unit.
Photo 15 - Control unit and track
unit, viewed from the front.
Width is about 12-1/2".
And yes, I know that the wires connecting the signal to the control
could be shortened to be less SLOPPY,but I keep them long, because this
signal is moved around to different units.
Photo 16 - Control unit and track unit,
viewed from the front.