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Super Streets was the original K-Line product, thin, embedded rail down the middle, two rails with room for flanges on each side.  Williams by Bachman picked up the line, renamed it EZ Streets.  Plastic roadbed is a little darker than original Super Streets but otherwise interchangeable.  While both K-Line and Bachman produced vehicles to run on the street trolleys will operate on either as CP Bob has stated.  If the OP is looking for traditional looking track then I believe he willhave to bend flex track as Manny Rock has stated.

Another option for tight radius curves might be to use some of the 2 rail track from old Marx or Hafner clockwork sets and add a third rail, you would have to insulate it from the ties but it could be done and would be an interesting project. I used to have a fair amount of 2 rail clockwork track and I'm pretty sure some of it was tighter than o-27. You could also just disassemble it and use the rails and ties from scrap O-27 pieces and fab up new track sections, just a thought.

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