As hoped, the cut-in for CP 280 went smoothly, and despite there being 15 heads and 5 turnout combinations to program and wire up, all of those tasks were completed in one evening. Below is a photo of the eastbound home signals at CP 280, including those on the bridge for the main tracks as well as dwarf signals beyond, protecting the North and South Running Tracks.
The Local Control Panel was installed in the several days after the cut-in. As of this week, the interlocking is complete except for scenery. Exciting progress!
We are aiming to make more progress in the signal department over the next month, before the next operating session. Much of the hardware and signals are on-hand to complete the remaining work; all that remains to be delivered are the final 3 signal bridges for CP 282 and the automatic signals in Camillus. Integrated Signal Systems will be delivering those to me within the next few months as well.
Step by step, we are getting there!