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Two years ago I started the topic "Brunel Blues 7mm problems".Then sadly at the end of April 2015 my modelling friend Peter was involved in a horrific accident during a Motor rally in Ireland, and as he was the key mover and shaker on the project every thing got shelved.
Then a year later I suffered a massive heart attack which kept me in hospital and recuperation for the whole summer. As if that was not enough this was followed by a detached retina and cataracts, so that put me back in hospital and grounded at home for another 4 months.

Well that's the back story out of the way. Peter is on the mend but sadly will be disabled, and I have recovered with a heart bypass and lens replacement.
We are back in the modelling room, but after much discussion we have decided to change the St.Ives layout that we never built due to the above, and plan a hybrid layout based on St.Ives & Watchet (Peter wanted to add a harbour scene) and it was now going to be in Dual Broad and Standard Gauges.
This means a complete redraw of the original plan and the track work —WHAT FUN!!!

It also means that with the nearly 2 year break from Templot, it's back to learning the App again and asking friends here at the club the best way to do it!
So first of all, I have downloaded Martin's BG/P4 curved crossover example, but need to know is there a simple way to change it to 49.2 for the broad gauge, 31.2 for the narrow and 1.2mm flange ways, and all with a max/min curve of 1800mm radius?
Many thanks 
Keith

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