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Paul Hamilton aka "Lancashire Fusilier"
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QUOTE (bangerblueed @ 3 Apr 2008, 05:34) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Another technique i have seen used where the tracks are at an angle to the board is to use a short section of track about 2 inches long across the join which is connected by fishplates at both ends and if you pull the boards apart this can then simply be removed and stored

I think that method has been desribed already banger.

I don't know if you are planning on having the track transfer the power across the joint or whether you are planning on connecting a separate feed from the transformer or controller to both boards separately which is the way I would look at it for sure so as to not be dependant on the track connection transferring the current.
 
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