I have built the baseboard and am now laying track. Peco Streamline OO code 100. There is a lifting flap, which means two breaks in the track. At the(raised!) hinged end of the flap the track is straight until it encounters the flap. So no problem with the track break, I just make it parallel to the sleepers, and put a couple of PCB sleepers each side of the break so I can solder the rail to them and make small adjustments with a soldering iron as and when necessary. However, once on the flap the track commences a curve of 48" radius which continues up to and beyond the second track break (where the flap lifts). Question is how best to make that break? Do I make it parallel to the edge of the flap, such that it crosses the sleepers and the rail at an angle, or do I make it parallel to the sleepers, an inch or so into the baseboard side, such that the track overhangs the edge of the flap by an inch or so? Would this make for better running over the break? Or doesn't it matter?