Plastic track

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I have simpler version from the one in the original photo which I will photograph and post.

I don't know why the French set has wires as you can only use the plastic and metal tracks together with RC locos.
 
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To answer to Greg about the smaller parts :
Depends on the layout you are installing
It can happen it miss 2 cms or more when you link the first track to the last track
( when the tracks bring the train to the start point after a little travel ... )
Then these smaller parts are really helpful to "close" the circuit
 
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We found that black plastic track will expand and contract a LOT of used outside in full sun. As long as the track is free floating on whatever you use for roadbed it was fine, try to fasten it down in anyway was a bad idea.
 
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Playmobil Trains.
When Playmobil changed over from the track powered locos using LGB track to their plastic track for the radio controlled train they produced adaptor rails. There were two types made. The first just clipped on to the LGB track and you just pushed the Playmobil track on to it. The second one was just a short section and you could either remove the LGB rail connector or use it by cutting the LGB track and pushing it on the LGB track and connecting the Playmobil plastic track to it.
The short sections in the packet were for use with the Playmobil plastic track were short extensions were required, i.e. when making a figure 8 ect. These are still available spares number 7357
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