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Mergers with LL output (what is that?)
Date Screenshot Specification Description Creator additional
Inner mix A merger where the two inner tracks choose from the outer tracks, having all (two in this case) choices, saving the two lines from any merging or interruption. V453000 Download PSG #186

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All to all As the name says, all lines get to choose from all destinations. ODM Download PSG #206

Mergers with LLL output (what is that?)
Date Screenshot Specification Description Creator additional
Psg74 3on3 joiner pm.png
choice "3+3->3 Mainline merger fit into landscape. For the Northern lines a choice of all the three other tracks is offered. Update: important to note the lack of waiting bays replaced by combo-signals which can lead to trains waiting in incorrect spots pm Download PSG #74

Pzg10 BBH02merger.png
Mix inner A nice merger which leaves two outer lines to their own fate and works with the inside. As the two outer line only make for 2 output lines, one is "rather randomly" added as the inner lines merge to make for the 3 line output. Mark Download PZG #10

Psg190 LLLmerger01.png
Sequential split This merger built by XeryusTC uses the first split to decide whether the train goes to the first line, or somewhere else. If somewhere, then it splits there again to see if the next line is free and then again until all lines have been checked. This merger style can have problems if the incoming lines have high traffic but is very universal and can be used for basically any amount of lines. XeryusTC Download PSG #190

Mergers with LLLL output (what is that?)
Date Screenshot Specification Description Creator additional
Psg142 BBH01merger.png
Limited choice As making a merger for 4 lines gets to be quite large, hard, time consuming and possibly unexpandable, here we have a 4 line merger with not all choices. But despite that, the merger worked nicely showing that it might not be totally required to always balance everything possible. Of course you need some luck to have unbalanced things work though. Mark Download PSG #142

Psg186 LLLLmerger01.png
All to All The strongest of the Brainmelter's mergers with an output of four lines. Every line is given all choices to all outcoming lines. V453000 Download PSG #186

Psg213 downhill.png
Downhill A fairly nice merger but the main part of interest was the very end of it because it was built on a steep downhill to vastly improve train acceleration. V453000 Download PSG #213

Monster Mergers (what is that?)
Date Screenshot Specification Description Creator additional
A into B An expandable, simple to build merger allowing full-throughput line towards all choices, therefore working very well. XeryusTC, mfb Download PSG #210

Shift This merger is based on shifting trains to one end similarly like SML does. As a difference, this merger lets trains stop in waiting bays unlike SML is designed to do. To prevent trains waiting in waiting bays without a reason while they will never be able to join the line anyway, we used PBS and 2way eol so that the trains tried to join the line if there was at least a small chance to join. The merger ended up taking a large amount of space in length while saving some space in width. The instantly accelerating trains were key to make it work as well. V453000 Download PSG #216

Inner merge A nice example of a merger which makes use of the merge inner, keep outer lines. mfb, Vinnie Download PSG #210

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