That's pretty cool. I have been on the Nauggy a number of times. The motive power situation over there is pretty sad though. Aren't they down to like one loco that doesn't need a major repair?
I'll will pick it up pretty quick. Doesn't sound too hard.
Ok, I'll bring a select few. I might just bring one loco, or do basic consisting, as most of my non-bachman stuff is needing repair or hasn't gotten decoders, and the Bachmans are almost unprogrammable... unless you have a resistor or PowerPax on the CS's programming track. I'll bring the newest part of the tractor train and a couple of other cars.
Or, if it's easier for you or works better with the operating scheme to have me run pooled power and rolling stock, that's fine. It probably has better weathering than my stuff.
I will use my own throttle, but I do enjoy running other locos and rolling stock.
Is TROIP serious or a joke? Or a made-up name for a real method to interface with the layout remotely? There is a club in new england whose dispater is in Georgia, works on the internet with VOIP. He used to live in the area, now he participates remotely in their operating session. Cool stuff in any case.