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I've laid out my oval(s) of track, and have just put a new reversing link line across the middle of the board joining the two inner loops. the reverse loop track is fully insulated from the main track - don't want a short circuit!

Now, the question I have is how have other's who have done this (In DC, not DCC) wired them up ?
I've tried the basic DPDT switch, and that works OK. But, I've also seen other options using bridge rectifier (http://rail.felgall.com/rlt.htm for example), which does not appear to work (why?)
Any other ideas ? (And don't say "Use DCC", because I can't afford the decoder modules for all the loco's I have)

TIa,

Ian
 
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