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The DCC University arose out of the questions raised through almost 9 years of operating Litchfield Station. Bruce developed it from a small installation business to the second largest DCC specialty shop in the world. During that time Bruce developed a lot of intellectural property that was on the Litchfield Station page. When he sold the business, he moved much of that information here and he has added to it since.

Liquidation of the PebbleCreek Model Railroad Club

The DCC assets (and a bunch of NWSL wheels that we ordered just before we were kicked out of our room) are for sale on my web site. CLICK HERE to view the items. First come, first served.

What is DCC?

 DCC stands for Digital Command Control. It is a way of having power continuiously on the track. This way, rolling stock can have lights and sound even when they are standing still.

Data is sent over the track from the base unit to a decoder located inside the locomotive or car, telling it what to do when.

Learn more about DCC here in Mr. DCC's Univerity. Check out the Topics pulling down the menu.

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A site redesign in April 2019 changed names of some pages and the structure of the site.

So, your old bookmarks probably will not not work. Sorry.

It is a good habit to come to the home page and renavigate, anyway. I've provided a search box to help.

What remains here is data about DCC - mostly my opinions. 

MMR earned

On April 1, 2016 Bruce earned NMRA recognition as Master Model Railroader #574. For more information CLICK HERE to see the article in the June 2016 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.

Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine

It is a FREE (advertiser supported) online magazine with a wide range of topics and columns. In October, 2011, Bruce became their DCC columnist. You can read his DCC Impulses columns on line. CLICK HERE to go to their site or CLICK HERE to go to a list of Bruce’s columns on this site. Bruce retired from writing a monthly column. His last column was in the August 2018 issue of MRH Magazine.


Scattered throughout this website look for photos that Bruce or his friends took. Enjoy the scavenger hunt.



If this website has been valuable to you, Bruce would appreciate your financial support. Just paying the bills for this website costs about $15 per month. Your contribution helps keep this website active for another month.
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Litchfield Station Logo Color 300 x 172In April 2010, Bruce sold the DCC dealership Litchfield Station, LLCThe DCC University is no longer associated with that commercial enterprise and they are solely responsible for running their business.

However, there is still a cooperative relationship between us. Links have been provided from here to the Litchfield Station web site, for the convenience of folks who browse the DCC University! CLICK HERE to go to the Litchfield Station website.

Understand, Bruce makes no profit on Litchfield Station sales now that he has sold the business.


Information on this site represents Bruce’s experiences and opinions. They are presented without warranty as an example of ways to utilize DCC products. The user is solely responsible for any use made of this data.

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