NTRAK standard is documented here:
Attached picture shows the basic idea:
- by default you have three tracks, two mainlines and one branchline;
- optionally you can add a second branchline and a mountainline;
- again optionally, there can be setup tracks and narrow gaguge tracks (Nn3).
In my case, I use the three standard tracks and a mountainline (which makes the four in total). I started creating the layout in Rocrail.
So far I have used the "All" and "All-reverse" routes to configure the block events within the modules, created no routes within the modules, and created routes separately, for the whole modular layout.
What I now find is that when working on the overall layout, it is not possible to add any block events for the specific routes I have created (that's grayed out and I can understand the logic of that: those modifications would be saved within the modules, and this is not in line with the modular concept).
My fear is that I may not be able to configure everything as I want it to work by just using the "all" and "all-reverse" generic routes: especially when blocks can be traversed from two directions I will probably run into problems.
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