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One big thing with a large train network is a turnaround before and after stations.. I think a turn key solution would be a 90 degree angled pre-made track. It always snaps exactly 90. Then you could take 4 and make a perfect circle. 45 degrees would be cool too, but in 90% of my cases a 90 would be perfect as it usually takes me 5-10 min to do it manually and it's very frustrating.

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by (15.4k points)
Go 3 foundations forward and then 3 left or right, and you get nice 90degrees
by (140 points)
Yes I've done them manually, but it's very time consuming. I have to put down a bunch of short pieces to line it up usually. I just know it would be easy enough to implement as a hard corner.
by (3.7k points)
They are not that time consuming. Takes maybe a minute, if you include the foundation work.
Hard corners is not that much faster, as the only step you save,  is the "line up the 2nd side of the 90".
by (1.1k points)
A minute? Not that time consuming? Placing a fixed piece down takes less than a second. If you think a full minute vs 1 second is not a big difference, then you have a very skewed perception of time...
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