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You just need a double break at each end of the reverse loop and supply power to this section via the reverse loop module. Anyone's reverse loop module should do --- I have a Tony's trains one at the moment and have a Digitrax AR1 on order (its only £20). The easiest way to create the required break is to use 4 insulating joiners.

The only complicated bit is that the reverse loop module needs to trip at a lower current than your DCC system unit. In the case of the Tony's train unit you tell them what you have when ordering and they set it for you. The AR1 has an adjustment that you do yourself. The Bachmann unit will no doubt suit any of the lower power DCC systems.
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