All - Do real railyards have a standard way of naming tracks in the yards? If so, I'd like to emulate it. What I mean is, say you have a ladder yard, with several tracks in a row. Do they call them track 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.? What if one of those branches? Is it 4a, or 4-1, or something like that? This could get very complicated, with the occasional runaround or crossing track, etc. I have the main yard lead (up the ladder) as Y0. Ladder tracks off this are Y0-J, Y0-K, Y0-L, etc. A second tier jumper track off Y0-J becomes Y0-JJ. Then there is the identification of turnouts. In the yard, which all leads off of turnout #1, they are hierarchical, so I have 1 1-1 1-1-1 1-1-2 1-1-3 1-2 1-2-1 1-3 1-4 etc. Is there anything similar in the real world? What about at the turntable? I was just going to have T01, T02, ..., T11. Does every yard have their own system, or is there some standardization to the naming of tracks?