As I had already worked with DCC Specialties PSX-1 circuit breakers and have been quite happy with them, I decided to order their PSX-AR reverse loop circuit breaker to experiment with. This products senses the short that occurs and does the switching before the short gets to the DCC system.
Realizing that as long as there was a standard non reversing section in the middle, both reverse loops could be connected to the same PSX-AR. So the next configuration was a double crossover as shown in the drawing below. What I really liked about his arrangement was that it is almost identical to what is at Wesso junction and will be modeled on the main layout.
The existing temporary layout had consisted of an oval that used 11 inch radius curves. The layout shown in the drawings above used 9-3/4 inch radius curves and fit inside that existing layout. Then I added a double crossover connecting the two loops and also added a siding along the back of the outer loop so there ends up being quite a bit of track in the small space.