Hey everyone, first post here, great site. After many years of armchair model railroading I've just about wore out all my books/model railroad magazines from reading them so much, so I decided its time to start my first layout. I live in an apartment and don't a lot of room for a layout, the space I've chose is going to be above my computer desk actually (will be just below eye level). Using XTrack Cad I've designed a corner shelf layout featuring two major industries-a paper mill and a tire plant-and a third smaller industry. I've tried to design the layout so that I will be able to incorporate it into a future layout if I want. The layout era will be set in the early 50's, so 40' boxcars are what the sidings were designed for. One area of concern for me is the too industrial sidings highlighted in pink which have very small radiuses-15" I believe. This is hard to avoid given the space available and what I mean to fit there. Since these are just industry sidings I figured I could get away with it. I'll be running an SD7 on this layout so if it can't handle those curves please let me know. This isn't the first design I've worked on, actually, this is pretty close to complete in my mind. I've got the sidings lengths and turnout locations pretty close to optimized for the space available. I'm not really looking for major design change advice (but don't let that stop you from giving it ) I'm primarily posting the plan to let those with more experience look at it and tell me if there are any major problems-operational or otherwise-that I missed. Thanks in advance for your help.