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I am planning some minor track changes with the inclusion of one newturnout in a seemingly convoluted area
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new turnout #4


The Existing works now well but I will have to change some relay operating sequences  that activate solenoids to  work to the Planned change - going to be interesting to work this out.

C never goes direct to E, to get to E from C requires going via A all the way around the layout.



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