Club Sectretary and one-man-youth-section, Steve Neill, built the control panel. The red buttons are uncoupler magnets; the toggle switches control turnout servos and the white pushbuttons are route-selector switches
At the other end of the control system we have a servo motor. The drive to the crank is via a compensator, which takes out excess movement and prevents too much force being applied to the stretcher bar. Connected to this crank is a rotating shaft to which another (scale) crank is soldered above the baseboard.