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I guess it depends entirely on the track and scenic design as to wither corners maybe useful or not. Some curved back scenes look really well, wheras some corners can have fab scenic cameos or house useful trackwork, or act as scenic breaks. 

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Definatly go with a curved backdrop unless you can to disguise the the corner with a high building or senic feature. It's easily done using thin hardboard and while you are at it make them high enough. Mine are 2 foot high and really open up the scene. The photos show two curved corners and one where the corner was too tight to curve the hardboard. The difference is apparent.




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