Keeping power to the track

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Ballhog24

Woody
Ok, so with rough measurements I'm going to have approximately 85 feet of track on the Christmas display this season. (Don't get mad), I have a transformer to run the train, forget which one it is right now, I'll look when I get home later...

question would be this:

With that much track, I'll need to run separate wiring to a few points in the layout, yes? Whats the best way to attach the wiring to the track...clips? solder? duct tape? lol...
 




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