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Ctc-16e by Keith Gutierrez

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Published by Kalmbach Publishing Company .
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ISBN 100890240760
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The CTCe was the enhanced version of the original system and will support the older series. Let me know via direct e-mail. John. Top. CTC by MEAT» Wed, 16 Dec The CTCe series ran in Model Railroader in (?). I think I might actually have the entire set.   The last real DIY command control series was the CTCe, and the CTC before it. As far as I know, the only thing you can buy from CVP that isn't assembled is the Boos and the kit is only like $20 less than the assembled version. It was reading the two chapters devoted to it in "The Complete Book of Model Railroading" that sold me on the idea that I would never build a serious layout and be chained to block toggles. By the time I could afford such things, we had progressed to CTCe and Rail Command, and then DCC was right around the . Although the DCCOD is specifically optimized for DCC layouts, we will see in Chapter 4, where we will cover the DCCOD in detail, that it is also the preferred choice for other pulse-based command control systems, such as Railcommand, PMP, CTC and CTCe. Fig.