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|Single message by Nigel Fisher Topic: 7 1/4, 5, & 3 1/2 Multi gauge track|
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As I see it you will need to approach this in one of 2 ways.
1. Use GIMP to develop a plan of the tracks in the area already, onto which you could draw the turnouts required in templot with the linking track.
2. Layout the new track on the ground to help design the turnouts required (eg crossing angle etc..) and design the two turnouts in templot.
One possible problem is that I don't believe templot will go up to 7 1/4 gauge, but you may be able to get around that when you print the plan by hand drawing the 7inch rails.
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